March 22, 2023
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College Briefs Sept. 8

By | Oct 2, 2022

All-Faculty Meeting to be held in person by college Sept.

College Briefs Sept. 1

By | Oct 2, 2022

IC Unbound to hold auditions for students interested in dance
The IC Unbound Dance Company will be holding auditions at 7 p.m.

Public Safety Logs Sept. 12–18

By | Oct 1, 2022

September 12 
Criminal mischief fourth degree 
LOCATION: Dillingham Center 117 Alumni Circle 
SUMMARY: The Office of Facilities reported wires and light fixtures hanging from the ceiling. 

Public Safety Logs Sept. 5–10

By | Oct 1, 2022

September 5
Trespass no degree
LOCATION: Higgins Stadium
SUMMARY: Officer reported people in area after hours.

Public Safety Logs Aug. 29 – Sept. 4

By | Oct 1, 2022

Aug 29
Medical Assist/Illness Related
Location: West Tower
Summary: Caller reported having severe migraine headache and vomiting.

Public Safety Logs Aug. 22–28

By | Oct 1, 2022

Aug. 22
Suspicious Vehicle 
LOCATION: Grant egbert boulevard 
SUMMARY: Officer reported a vehicle running in the parking lot for several hours.

Public Safety Logs Aug. 15–21

By | Oct 1, 2022

August 15
Scheme to Defraud, Second Degree
LOCATION: All other/other
SUMMARY: Caller reported receiving an email offering a job.

Editorial: Mental health support on campus must continue

By | Sep 28, 2022

Identifying mental health issues is the first step to solving them. Continual resources are the strongest way to support those with mental health issues.

Editorial: Medical Amnesty Policy needs more clarification

By | Sep 28, 2022

The majority of students would not know all of these details, because they are mostly reserved from the purview of students unless they specifically seek it out.

Editorial: IC administrators must prioritize their faculty

By | Sep 21, 2022

Raising wages and allocating funding for dying programs should be the highest priority for the college if they are to stay afloat as an institution.

Editorial: Makeup commencement proposal too little too late

By | Sep 21, 2022

Ithaca College opted for the safer choice by not hosting a graduation for the Class of 2020, but to do so now would be a difficult endeavor.

Free public transportation is a necessity for Ithaca

By | Sep 14, 2022

This will be a costly endeavor, but it will protect Ithaca students and residents from walking home past 9 p.m. in the frigid cold of our winters.