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Women’s Basketball: Blue and Gold drop final non-conference game at Cornell

By | Jan 18, 2012

The women’s basketball team (12–3 overall, 4–0 Empire 8) closed out the non-conference portion of its schedule with a 60-40 loss at Division I Cornell University (6–9) tonight.

Wrestling: Blue and Gold measure up against Division I competition

By | Nov 20, 2011

The fourth-ranked wrestling team competed alongside five of the top 35 teams in Division I at the Body Bar Invitational yesterday at Cornell University.

Cornell scientists manipulate complex cotton

By | Nov 10, 2011

Fiber scientists at Cornell University have discovered ways to manipulate cotton into high-tech, electronic devices that will help improve many aspects of life — including military, athletic, medical and personal.

College lauds veteran military service

By | Nov 10, 2011

This year’s Veterans Day Celebration holds a new meaning for active and veteran soldiers in the wake of President Barack Obama’s withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

Architect remembered for key designs

By | Oct 12, 2011

Before Cornell University offered a degree in architecture, it had already graduated one of Ithaca’s most recognized building designers.

Cornell Police combat illegal street crossings on campus

By | Oct 6, 2011

In a planned crackdown on illegal street crossings, the Cornell University Police Department issued 143 tickets across Cornell’s campus to students and community members over the course of two days last week.

Monáe headlines lively concert

By | Oct 5, 2011

Grammy-nominated R&B artist Janelle Monáe headlined with special guest Fun. on Sunday in Cornell University’s Barton Hall, transforming the gloomy, drizzly Ithaca night into a lively evening with a blend of genres and upbeat performances.

Cornell Police combat illegal street crossing on campus

By | Oct 4, 2011

In a planned crackdown on illegal street crossings, the Cornell University Police Department issued 143 tickets across campus to students and community members within two days last week.

An alternative pick-me-up

By | Sep 28, 2011

For people without a car craving a massive burger from Five Guys Burgers and Fries, or for those wishing to open their front doors to a burrito from Moe’s, the up-and-coming delivery service Ithaca To Go may be just what the delivery guy ordered.

Outdoor play replants old emotions

By | Sep 21, 2011

While Cornell University’s adaptation of “The Cherry Orchard” brings the more than 100-year-old classic outdoors and presents its complex script in English rather than in Russian, it manages to convey the pain of loss and the strength of family with a timeless grace.

Smooth moves from B.o.B at Cornell homecoming

By | Sep 21, 2011

Cymbals and genres alike clashed as a mix of Ithaca College and Cornell University students came together in Cornell’s Barton Hall to watch indie rockers Motion City Soundtrack and up-and-coming rap star B.o.B team up for a sonically brilliant performance.