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August 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Public Safety is investigating a burglary in the Circle Apartments

By | Aug 7, 2013

The Office of Public Safety is investigating a report of burglary in Circle Apartment 150.

Public Safety is investigating two reports of burglary in Hood Hall

By | Aug 2, 2013

The Office of Public Safety is investigating two incidents of burglary in Hood Hall, which were both reported Thursday afternoon.

Two burglaries reported in Hilliard Hall

By | Jul 27, 2013

The Office of Public Safety is investigating two incidents of burglary in Hilliard Hall, which were reported on Friday.

Anti-frackers protest Cuomo’s visit to Ithaca

By | Jul 12, 2013

About 100 members of the Finger Lakes Action Network and the Ithaca community protested against fracking while Governor Andrew Cuomo attended a meeting Wednesday, July 10 in Schoellkopf Hall at Cornell University.

Video: Residents speak out against Inergy LP in flotilla protest

By | Jun 24, 2013

Members of the Ithaca community joined with representatives of Gas Free Seneca in a flotilla protest against Inergy LP Saturday, June 22.

College announces plan to move Rochester PT program to South Hill

By | Jun 19, 2013

Ithaca College announced Wednesday that the Rochester, N.Y., component of its Physical Therapy program will be moved to the college’s South Hill campus in Fall 2014.

College selects alumna to head intercollegiate athletics

By | Jun 9, 2013

Susan Bassett ’79 has been selected the director of intercollegiate athletics and recreational sports at Ithaca College, following a semester-long search.

Juvenile voices are HEARD through the arts

By | May 24, 2013

The Human Expression through the Arts: Resident Development Program is a student organization that provides weekly creative arts programming for residents at MacCormick Secure Center to promote healthy self-concepts and coping skills through the creative arts.

Stepping Forward

By | Nov 2, 2011

Every morning in the village of Dryden, Bryan Roberts, the assistant dean for student services at the Roy H. Park School of Communications, is reminded of what he used to be able to do.