April 14, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 47°F

Vaulting to first place: gymnastics hopes to find success.

By | Nov 9, 2018

The Ithaca College gymnastics team hopes to have a strong season, and looks to win first national title since 1998.


Wrestling wins second duel meet of season against SUNY Oswego

By | Dec 10, 2016

The Ithaca College wrestling team defeated SUNY Oswego Dec. 10 with a score of 31–9 on the road to win its second duel meet of the season.


Weekly Recap: Wrestling earns eighth place at National Duals

By | Jan 10, 2016

The no. 5-ranked wrestling team squared off against four of the top 10 teams in the country at the National Wrestling Coaches’ Association National Duals.


Art historian gives talk on community revitalization

By | Oct 11, 2015

Hayes told the audience firsthand accounts of her experiences with “broken and fractured systems” — organizations like municipalities, nonprofits and developers that failed to address racial and socioeconomic problems within their respective communities. A main focus of the talk was race, and racial issues were very closely intertwined with much of Hayes’ work.


Commentary: Religious freedom law legalized discrimination

By | Apr 22, 2015

Although the Indiana situation turned out to be a comedy of errors, the right is deadly serious about its “religious freedom.”


The Hot Stove: Indiana legislation impedes the Final Four

By | Mar 31, 2015

Columnist Steve Derderian discusses how the recent “religious freedom” bill could affect the Final Four.


Oil workers on strike

By | Feb 9, 2015

Just yesterday, about 1,400 workers from two more oil refineries — BP’s Whiting and Toledo, Ohio operations — joined the strike, now 11 refineries strong. The Climate March walked through both of these refineries. I imagine some of the very same workers we spoke to in Whiting are now risking their livelihood to demand better working conditions.