The search for a new director for the Ithaca College London Center (ICLC) has concluded after several leadership changes in recent years.
Starting March 4, IC will not require face masks to be worn within indoor locations, unless clearly stated otherwise, regardless of vaccination status.
After an abrupt closure, the library will once again be offering access to the archives — a collection of records that preserve the college’s history.
Local government officials in the City of Ithaca are confident that the community initiatives started by former mayor Svante Myrick will continue.
Environmental efforts at IC are deteriorating, according to campus members who have experienced a lack of staffing support in sustainability efforts.
Since Feb. 3, two separate swastikas have been found drawn on the IC campus. Both are under investigation –– one as a potential vandalism hate crime.
After an increase in COVID-19 cases in December 2021, Ithaca College has cautiously welcomed back its students, faculty and staff for Spring 2022.
Courses at Ithaca College will be through remote instruction Feb. 3 because of severe weather conditions, but essential staff will arrive for a normal work day.
A recent policy update to the U.S. Department of Education’s Title IX process will better support Ithaca College students with trauma-related needs