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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

February 16, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Farm-to-Table tours take guests to local farm and winery

By | Apr 3, 2013

Guests who go on Experience! The Finger Lakes’ Farm-to-Table Wine and Cooking Class Tour will be able to taste food directly from Finger Lakes farmland.

Democracy Now! co-host discusses indy media with IC students

By | Mar 28, 2013

Amy Goodman, one of the first recipients of the Izzy Award, visited campus Sunday to speak about the importance of independent media.

Hit rock musical comes to campus

By | Mar 27, 2013

“Spring Awakening” will run until April 6 in Clark Theatre in the Dillingham Center.

Editorial: New measure of achievement

By | Mar 27, 2013

romoting undergraduate research in all majors should be a valued component of the college’s curriculum. Students should be encouraged to work closely with a member of the faculty or fellow group of students to delve more deeply into academic topics of interest.

Locals protest gas storage facility

By | Mar 21, 2013

A dozen people, including two from Ithaca College, were arrested Monday morning after blockading a natural gas storage and transportation facility on Seneca Lake.

Editorial: The new land of opportunity

By | Mar 20, 2013

As the IC 20/20 vision plan comes into focus, Ithaca College is setting its sights on the next frontier for American college students: China.

Bold and Brash: A spring 2013 fashion preview

By | Mar 20, 2013

Spring fashion hits Ithaca with bold colors as well as blacks and whites.

Ithaca Freeskool offers alternative form of learning

By | Mar 7, 2013

Ithaca citizens have the opportunity to teach other Ithaca citizens a number of topics through the Ithaca Freeskool’s program.

Hill Center renovations impact athletic teams

By | Mar 7, 2013

Basketballs pound the hardwood as the women’s basketball team goes through its shooting drills. Rihanna plays in the background, but the music and the balls are drowned out by the construction sounds outside the Ben Light Gymnasium. It serves as a constant reminder of the circumstances that have caused issues for the teams that use…

Editorial: Can we bank on higher ed?

By | Feb 28, 2013

Until Americans prioritize equality in education, we will continue to fall short. Our society will be strongest when our brightest, hardest-working students are able to get a quality education without having to sacrifice their dreams or goals for fear that they will be unable to repay student loans after graduation.

Festival of Black Gospel celebrates 36th anniversary this weekend

By | Feb 28, 2013

The Festival of Black Gospel will team up with Ithaca College and Cornell University to bring gospel music to The Commons.

Women’s basketball team pulls unexpected bid in NCAA tournament

By | Feb 28, 2013

The women’s basketball team rides an E8 championship into a matchup with Colby Sawyer.