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April 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Seeing double

By | Sep 22, 2010

With one exhibit pairing a picture of a monkey with a wire cup and another exhibit merging Chinese culture with other cultures across the world, the Handwerker Gallery at Ithaca College is opening its season with many of the possibilities in printmaking.

Eyes on the prize

By | Sep 22, 2010

For freshman Lauren Crandall, beauty pageants aren’t always glamorous. In fact, parts of them are downright painful.

Running on green

By | Sep 16, 2010

Sophomore Jenna Jablonski had a busy day ahead of her Sept. 2. Stopping at the Campus Center dining hall for lunch to fuel the rest of her day, she loaded a plate full of calcium and protein-rich romaine lettuce, dressing and beans. But Jablonski always skips the grill — her lunches are meat-free.

Giving blood, saving lives

By | Sep 15, 2010

Ithaca College students are being asked to roll up their sleeves and donate blood — another way to give back to the local and national community.

What Men Want

By | Sep 9, 2010

Four and a half months ago, when sophomore Joe Killeen asked sophomore Rebecca Wilson to be his girlfriend, the first thing she did was call her close friends and family to let them know about her new relationship. Killeen, on the other hand, had a different reaction. “Four hours later, I hadn’t made a phone…

Privacy trumps knowledge

By | Sep 9, 2010

Last week, The Ithacan reported seven football players were suspended from the first game of the season because of a violation of team and athletic department rules. In the same issue, The Ithacan also reported that four students were judicially referred for a college code violation of hazing. Ithaca College refused to release any additional…

Behind the Lens

By | Sep 2, 2010

Last Saturday at the end of Garden Apartment 26, junior Mitchell Murdock methodically set up his tripod and 35 mm film camera to take a portrait of junior Griffin Nichols. With Cornell University and the late afternoon light on the rest of East Hill as the backdrop, Nichols stood relaxed and calm, posed but comfortable.

Working out a new vision

By | Sep 2, 2010

Before Ithaca College’s newest vision, “IC2020” is finalized, President Tom Rochon’s administration must be on the same page regarding task forces for the college’s future.

Must-see at IC

By | Aug 26, 2010

Acts galore pop into Ithaca to mix up this fall semester. College students and alcohol go together like peanut butter and jelly, but if sipping a Keystone Light just isn’t cutting it anymore — for those over the age of 21 — check out the 4th Annual Ithaca Brew Fest on Sept. 4 at Stewart…

Getting back on track

By | Aug 26, 2010

Last year, Ithaca College missed its enrollment target by about 300 students, resulting in excess spending of $1.2 million to hire additional faculty and $3.1 million to provide additional housing. But this year, the class of 2014 is right on target.

Gay Enough?

By | Apr 15, 2010

Junior Catherine Kirchhoff puts on mascara in the morning, wears floral prints at the first sign of spring and highlights her hair every few months. But the difference between her and some girls who have a similar routine is Kirchhoff likes girls.

Got your back

By | Apr 15, 2010

If a member of the baseball team has a problem, going to Head Coach George Valesente and his staff is not the only option. The other is senior pitcher and captain Tom Fishback.