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February 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Skaneateles holds beauty and fun for summer months

By | May 2, 2013

Skaneateles, N.Y., is a town located about an hour away from Ithaca, with a population of 2,700. Its lake serves as a common pull for tourists during the summer.

Assistant coach teaches game based on lessons of his ancestors

By | May 1, 2013

Ansley Jemison surveys the field from the sidelines of Higgins Stadium with his thick arms crossed and his brown eyes focused. Looking over the Bomber defense he notices a player out of position. He puffs on his whistle and the echo freezes all of the players in place. He calmly walks over to the defender…

Theater department concludes mainstage season with “An Enemy of the People”

By | Apr 24, 2013

“An Enemy of the People” surrounds a physician who tries to expose the truth about his town’s new medicinal spring.

Women’s lacrosse seniors share time on and off the field

By | Apr 24, 2013

Echoes of laughter could be heard throughout the front hallway of the Athletics and Events Center on Friday afternoon while the seven seniors of the women’s lacrosse team huddled around one of the small tables lining the windowed wall. Sam Whitney had just shared a story of how two of her teammates — and housemates…

Editorial: Use new media responsibly

By | Apr 24, 2013

When a tragedy on American soil sparks a widespread sense of nationalism, the mainstream media finds itself in a powder keg holding a match. This was the case for major news organizations during the Boston bombings and the subsequent manhunt. The reporting from Boston shed light on the many opportunities for failure in America’s current…

Pitching rotation leading Bombers baseball team

By | Apr 18, 2013

The Bombers’ starting pitchers are leading the team to one of its best seasons ever.

Streetlight Manifesto rocks Emerson Suites

By | Apr 17, 2013

Streetlight Manifesto, a nationally known Ska band, came to Emerson Suites on Sunday.

Editorial: Students must fight for peace

By | Apr 17, 2013

More soldiers on active duty committed suicide than were killed by enemies in combat last year, according to a figure released by the Department of Defense. Despite these alarming numbers — 177 active duty soldiers killed themselves, while 176 were killed by others in 2012 — many Americans turn a blind eye to the nation’s…

Breaking the bank

By | Apr 11, 2013

With student loan debt accumulating and the cost of living on the rise, experts encourage students to become more conscious of their spending habits.

Veterans’ Sanctuary offers therapeutic activities for war survivors

By | Apr 10, 2013

The Veterans’ Sanctuary offers the Call to Farms garden in Trumansburg and a writing program and the Combat Paper Art Studio in Ithaca.

Editorial: This time for Africa

By | Apr 10, 2013

Africa Week, a student-sponsored week of speakers, films and open discussion on stereotypes of Africa and Africans, attempted to break down the mainstream narrative of war and poverty that defines Africa in the eyes of many Americans. The ideas that came out of Africa Week were a welcome and important break from the typical Western…

Carl Sgrecci talks about his 46 years at IC

By | Apr 4, 2013

Carl Sgrecci ’69, Ithaca College vice president of finance and administration, will retire after 46 years at the college. Sgrecci was a student, faculty member and administrator.