You can learn about sustainability anywhere, but at IC you can actually live it!
Housed in Terrace 2, the Sustainably Conscious Living Community is a living and learning environment open to all students with an interest in improving their relationship with the environment, society, and economy.
Promoting sustainable living at a Campus Sustainability Day...
No quarters, no waiting, and no hassle!
Did you ever think doing laundry in college could be that easy?
IC students can monitor their building’s washers and dryers without having to leave their dorm room through the College’s Laundry View system.
Round up your dirty socks! There are eight out of nine washers available!...
When you’re getting ready for school, paring down a lifetime’s worth of belongings can seem like a mammoth job. Knowing what the Ithaca essentials are will help streamline (and de-stress) your packing process.
Whether you’re worried about surviving an Ithaca winter or outfitting your dorm room, here are some things definitely worth squeezing into the...
A: The Circle and Garden Apartments are fully furnished, independent living options for students who have completed at least one year at Ithaca.
The Circles are air conditioned, carpeted, private-entrance units, while the Garden Apartments have a small kitchen, bathroom, and living/sleeping area, and either a patio or balcony.
Incoming students may live in a single, double, or...
Decked out with face paint and proudly showing their house colors, the residents of IC's Hood and Hilliard Halls met on the Campus Center quad for an epic battle for bragging rights in IC's first Quidditch match.
Yes, Quidditch, as in Harry Potter.
Hood Hall resident assistant and Quidditch photographer Lizzy Honas '11 organized the match between Hood Hall,...
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