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December 12, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Three Ithaca College students receive Fulbright research grants

By | Apr 10, 2016

The Fulbright Program has awarded three Ithaca College students — seniors Erika Bucior, Jaime Lisack and Taylor Graham — a Fulbright Award, a selective grant to fund international research for postgraduates.

Ithaca College’s greenhouse gas emissions increase

By | Mar 18, 2015

Despite Ithaca College’s goal to decrease total emissions by 25 percent from 2007, records show emissions have actually increased.

Students impacted by minimum wage increase

By | Jan 22, 2014

Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the State Department of Labor announced that New York state’s minimum wage would increase from $7.25 to $8 an hour.

Chemicals dumped in sewer damage wastewater treatment facility

By | Dec 11, 2013

The largest dumping of unknown chemicals into the City of Ithaca’s public sanitary sewer system in recent memory occurred Nov. 23, forcing the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility to shut down from Nov. 25–27.

Ithaca College ranks fourth in late-night food ordering

By | Nov 14, 2013

A recent study found that Ithaca College students are among top colleges in the nation with a hunger for late-night food.

IC Divest protests at Board of Trustee dinner

By | Oct 30, 2013

About a dozen student representatives from the Environmental Leadership Action Network and Ithaca College Environmental Society protested the Board of Trustees dinner Oct. 23.

IC students join national fight for green energy

By | Oct 23, 2013

Roughly 6,000 people in the national movement for clean, renewable energy congregated in Pittsburgh last week to speak out against wasteful energy practices.

Deadline approaches for New York fracking

By | Feb 21, 2013

The decision on whether fracking will be allowed in New York has state residents divided, putting Governor Andrew Cuomo between a rock and a hard place while deciding whether to approve regulations and allow fracking as the state approaches its Feb. 27 deadline.