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November 27, 2022
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IC offers educational opportunities amid national opioid crisis

By | Apr 20, 2022

Goode said one way to do that is to attend opioid overdose trainings that are held for the campus community through partnership with the Southern Tier AIDS program (STAP). 


IC discontinues NYC satellite program

By | Apr 20, 2022

Egginton said he believes the underlying reason for the ending of the program was the decline in enrollment toward the end of the program, but the immediate reason was the pandemic.


IC’s Stop and Breathe week helps students relax before finals

By | Apr 13, 2022

As Spring 2022 comes to an end Ithaca College’s departments and organizations are preparing for the campus’ Stop and Breathe Week, April 30 to May 6.


Lecture brings awareness to faith-based abuse in Africa

By | Apr 5, 2022

The Department of Politics hosted a presentation April 4 to bring awareness to abuse found in faith-based higher education in Africa.


Resolution seeks recognition of sovereignty for Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫʼ Nation

By | Mar 30, 2022

In September 2021, members of the Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫʼ Nation and its allies began to craft a resolution for the City of Ithaca Common Council, with the intent to restore sovereignty within the nation.


Documentary screening shows issues seen within higher education

By | Mar 30, 2022

An in-person screening of the documentary “The Unmaking of a College” was held March 27 at Cinemapolis. The documentary explores the 2019 crisis at Hampshire College.


Hospitalizations are low with new Omicron subvariant in county

By | Mar 30, 2022

The new Omicron subvariant BA.2 was detected in Tompkins County, but the Tompkins County Health Department said hospitalizations are low, in a statement released March 28.


IC hosts book launch discussing the impact of social media

By | Mar 23, 2022

FLEFF hosted a launch for “The Social Media Debate” a book that aims to show the debates surrounding the impacts of social media on society. 


Iranian American novelist discusses refugee crisis

By | Mar 10, 2022

Author Dina Nayeri spoke about the challenges refugees face and how her work has helped expose these issues at a March 7 event.


Salt used on campus to melt ice hurts guiding eye dogs

By | Mar 2, 2022

Guiding eye dog trainers take issue with the ice-melt used on campus because the salt is composed of sodium chloride, the least pet friendly kind.


Peer educators facilitate workshops on social justice issues

By | Mar 2, 2022

The Center for IDEAS has hired seven peer educators to hold workshops on social issues as a way to educate the campus and empower marginalized students


Acting mayor intends to continue community initiatives

By , | Feb 23, 2022

Local government officials in the City of Ithaca are confident that the community initiatives started by former mayor Svante Myrick will continue.