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September 18, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Annual duck race flocks to virtual format amid pandemic

By | Sep 16, 2020

At this year’s 20th annual 4-H Duck Race, 1,856 yellow rubber ducks twisted around a swirling, above-ground swimming pool at a local family home.

Commentary: A pandemic won’t stop my grind

By | Sep 15, 2020

So I’ve decided to stop asking when I may be able to compete again and instead focus on what I have in front of me.

Q&A: Director of public health emergency preparedness discusses position

By | Sep 14, 2020

Christina Moylan was appointed director of public health emergency preparedness at Ithaca College in August.

National Recap: Florida law limits felon voting eligibility

By | Sep 14, 2020

In light of a recent federal appeals court decision, Florida is requiring ex-felons to pay all fines, restitution and legal fees.

Review: Third installment continues series’ charming humor

By | Sep 11, 2020

The third installment in the Bill & Ted saga, “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” is full of feel-good comedy and callbacks to the original movie.

Q&A: Professor publishes research in top management journal

By | Sep 10, 2020

I want people to see that they can take hold of their lives and work to move closer to being who they want to be.

Cooking series dishes out summer recipes and fond memories

By | Sep 8, 2020

“Cook Like an Ithacan” was a YouTube series created to connect the Ithaca College community to campus while away for the semester.

National Recap: Protestors call for reform following Daniel Prude’s death

By | Sep 7, 2020

Protests continued for the fifth night in Rochester, New York, with protestors calling for police reform in light of the death of Daniel Prude.

Center for Print Production makes masks for Ithaca community

By | Sep 7, 2020

The Center for Print Production at Ithaca College is producing masks and face shields for members of the campus community and the greater Ithaca area. 

Review: Rap artist copes with adulthood and meaning of life

By | Sep 2, 2020

In his latest album “Limbo,” Aminé uses his storytelling skills to contemplate the difficulties of growing up and the search for meaning in his own life.

Review: Comeback album falls short of expectations

By | Aug 21, 2020

The Psychadelic Furs, 29 years after its last album, has released “Made of Rain,” an entertaining but overall disappointing album.

IC, Cornell and TC3 hold town hall to discuss Fall 2020 plans

By , | Aug 20, 2020

Officials from Ithaca College, Cornell University and Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3), presented plans for Fall 2020 at a virtual town hall Aug. 18.