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Ithaca reacts to pedestrians killed in vehicle accidents

By | Jan 28, 2015

A Cornell staff member was hit by a TCAT bus on Jan. 26, on the heels of a Cornell senior being hit and killed by a car in the early morning of Jan. 24.

Faculty council adresses budget deficit, student protests

By | Jan 21, 2015

At the Jan. 20 Ithaca College Faculty Council meeting, members spoke about the upcoming budget deficit, a new plan to meet with the Board of Trustees twice a year and the potential for a new CAPS employee.

Grade deadlines for faculty pushed back to the end of December

By | Dec 10, 2014

The deadline for faculty to turn in final grades has been moved from Dec. 24 to Dec. 30.

Ithaca College community joins national protests (links)

By | Dec 6, 2014

With more rallies planned, The Ithacan looks back at how the Ithaca College community responded to the issues surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

VIDEO: Protesters confront Ithaca College President Tom Rochon

By | Dec 5, 2014

On Dec. 4, Ithaca College protestors marched to the Peggy Ryan Williams Center, where they confronted Ithaca College President Tom Rochon.

IC prepares to create drone policy for on-campus use

By | Nov 19, 2014

The college is preparing to draft a policy regarding the use of unmanned aerial systems, commonly referred to as drones, on campus.

James McBride speaks to Ithaca College students

By | Nov 4, 2014

James McBride, author of Ithaca College’s First-Year Reading Initiative novel this year, “The Good Lord Bird,” speaks at the college Nov. 3.

Students resort to illegal means for acquiring expensive textbooks

By | Oct 1, 2014

It can take a student only a few seconds to find a free, albeit illegal, online version of a textbook. By simpling searching a textbook’s name followed by “PDF” or “torrent,” any student can often easily find a free downloadable version of a textbook that would have cost him or her hundreds of dollars.

Ithaca College considers drone use in academic setting

By | Sep 10, 2014

Four glossy, white, plastic rotor blades propel its 40-ounce frame, complete with a camera capable of shooting video or taking still photographs up to 100 meters in the air. It can cost as little as $200, but using one for commercial purposes can result in a $10,000 fine.