On Jan. 25, Ithaca College announced the formation of a new school, called the School of Music Theatre and Dance.
Collado will be receiving the Latin honor President Emerita — a Latin honors distinction awarded when one leaves an institution that allows them to retain the title of their position.
Avery Alexander, Senior Writer
“Sing” was one of the most pleasant surprises from Illumination Studios since “Despicable Me.” Fortunately, “Sing 2” proves to be just as charming as its predecessor and preserves the franchise’s status as, perhaps, the most compelling Illumination franchise to date.
On July 1, the Ithaca College School of Music and the Department of Theatre Arts will merge to create the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.
After both Ithaca College and Cornell University saw enormous increases in COVID-19 cases, the schools raised their COVID-19 alert statuses.
Assistant Life and Culture Editor Elijah de Castro spoke to U.S. Senator Al Franken, who will perform a comedy routine at 8 p.m. Dec. 10 in Ithaca.
The newly-founded IC Book Club meets once every two weeks in the Ithaca Falls room of the Campus Center. Its first read was “Pride and Prejudice.”
Brought on campus by the club Ithaca College Republicans, New York state senator Tom O’Mara discussed political issues that affect the Ithaca area on Nov. 18.
The Ithaca College National Association of Black Accountants has been bridging gaps for minority students in the School of Business for 10 years.
The Ithaca College Department of Theatre Arts announced Nov. 16 that some performances of “RENT” have been canceled, after some of the cast tested positive for COVID-19.