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Shifting Gears: City of Ithaca pushes for more bike safety

By | Sep 25, 2013

The City of Ithaca wants to make its streets safer and easier for bikers to travel on. This vision is reflected in the proposed Bicycle Boulevard Plan, which aims to establish a network of bike boulevards throughout the city.


Public Safety is investigating a burglary in Clarke Hall

By | Sep 25, 2013

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report of a burglary at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning in Clarke Hall.


Community bank buys local BofA

By | Sep 25, 2013

Chemung Canal Trust Company is preparing to take over six local Bank of America offices.


Professor speaks about sabbatical spent in Nicaragua

By | Sep 24, 2013

Michael Smith, associate professor of history, gave a presentation on “Building Community Through ‘EduTourism’ in Nicaragua,” yesterday afternoon.


Food Summit spreads food justice in Ithaca

By | Sep 24, 2013

Students and community members gathered to enjoy the GreenStar Community Projects Food Justice Summit on Sept. 21 at the Southside Community Center at 305 S. Plain St.


Walk for Plumpy’nut helps fight child starvation

By | Sep 24, 2013

Ithaca students and community members gathered on the starting line, waiting in anticipation for the count down to the 7th annual Walk for Plumpy’nut.


LGBT Center discusses “Orange is the New Black”

By | Sep 20, 2013

Luca Maurer, program director for the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach and Services, led a discussion called “Alex, Sophia, Taystee and Nicky — Changing Conversations about LGBT Media Representation” Thursday afternoon in the Handwerker Gallery.


Students and artists share at poetry slam

By | Sep 20, 2013

The freedom to tell their story but the apprehension they feel when faced with telling the truth is what poets and Ithaca College students alike revealed during the “In Your Own Words!” poetry slam on Wednesday.


Visiting Writer series kicks off with Lydia Davis

By | Sep 20, 2013

The Distinguished Visiting Writer series began on Thursday with a reading by fiction writer Lydia Davis.


Terrace 2 residents celebrate Housekeeper Appreciation Week

By | Sep 20, 2013

It’s Housekeeper Appreciation Week at Ithaca College, and the residents of Terrace 2 are grateful for the services of Angela Copeland, the facilities attendant for Terrace 1 and 2.


Public Safety is investigating two burglaries

By | Sep 19, 2013

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report that electronic devices, a wallet and keys were stolen from the Roy H. Park School of Communications on Thursday.


CSCRE speaker discusses language

By | Sep 19, 2013

Paula M.L. Moya, associate professor in the Department of English at Stanford University, discussed the language of race, Tuesday night in Emerson Suites.