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December 14, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Softball team sizzles in opening games of the season

By | Mar 26, 2014

The softball team has opened the season in historic fashion.

Don’t waste your time with NCAA brackets

By | Mar 25, 2014

Columnist Andrew Kristy believes brackets are taking away from the fun of March Madness.

Building bonds for spring teams

By | Mar 19, 2014

Spring teams use the break to build camaraderie.

The next Bomber: Varsity coaches share recruiting process

By , | Feb 5, 2014

Varsity coaches reflect on their recruiting experiences and the process behind it.

College and City: 12/12

By The Ithacan | Dec 11, 2013

IC student wins $20,000 in Dr Pepper challenge, Textbook buyback begins Dec. 12 at the Bookstore and more…

Building and safety coordinator retires after nearly three decades

By The Ithacan | Nov 19, 2013

Online News Editor Sage Daugherty spoke to Ron Clark, fire building and safety coordinator at the Office of Public Safety, about his favorite memories at the college, his decision to retire and his plans after retirement.

Tim Locastro to sign with Toronto Blue Jays

By | Jun 13, 2013

Junior shortstop Tim Locastro announced Tuesday he will forgo his senior season of college baseball to play professionally. On Saturday, the Toronto Blue Jays selected Locastro in the 13th round of the Major League Baseball Entry Draft.   Locastro led the Blue and Gold in nearly every hitting category during the 2013 season. He hit…

Tim Locastro to sign with Toronto Blue Jays

By | Jun 12, 2013

Tim Locastro spoke with assistant sports editor Steve Derderian to answer some questions about his recent decision to play professional baseball.

Youth vote secures Obama’s second term

By | Nov 8, 2012

According to CNN exit polls, 60 percent of youth voters — aged 18 to 29 — voted for President Obama’s re-election, while 37 percent of young voters picked Gov. Mitt Romney. In 2008, 66 percent of young voters chose Obama, leaving 31 percent to vote for Republican Sen. John McCain.