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Orange is the New Black (when it comes to Venetian Footwear)

Orange is the New Black (when it comes to Venetian Footwear)

October 26, 2015
For our Fall Break Trip, the majority of Flat #5 ran off on a Bus2Alps trip to Italy, the great Latini homeland! My favorite stop was Venice, a city in which there are more canals than streets. On the first day of our visit, the streets were so flooded that we needed to walk on ramps...
Brendan Davis poses for a picture while on a trip in Dublin, Ireland, during the summer of 2014. The word “ras” contains Irish Gaelic roots upon which Davis founded his philosophy.

Student transforms an old-fashioned word into a way of life

By Kristen Gowdy, Senior Writer September 23, 2015
Senior Brendan Davis formed the philosophy, and later company, for which he calls Ras Life to make movies to inspire others.
Global News Timeline: April 2015

Global News Timeline: April 2015

By Miles Surrey, Senior Writer April 23, 2015
The Ithacan recaps the biggest global news events from the month of April.
From left, Matthew Kurz ’14, Erik Frid ’14 and Andrew Vorhees ’14 compete as part of the men’s crew team’s Varsity 8 against Rochester Institute of Technology April 5 at the Cayuga Inlet. This summer, Frid competed in the U-23 Double Sculls World Championships.

Recent Ithaca College graduate competes in international rowing event

By Steve Derderian, Senior Writer September 9, 2014
This summer, former Bomber rower Erik Frid '14 competed in the Under-23 Double Sculls World Championships in Italy.
Junior swimmer Vincent Dodero jogs on the sand at Devereux Beach in Goleta, California, as part of his training regimen.

Ithaca College athletes share summer workout regimens

By Kristen Gowdy, Staff Writer August 27, 2014
Three Bomber athletes share their summer workout routines to in preparation for the upcoming season.

Gesture of good will

By The Ithacan April 1, 2013
Celebrating holidays in the classroom used to be easy for teachers. What used to be a “Merry Christmas” with decorated Christmas trees of ornaments and lights has now translated to “Happy Holidays” in order to be respectful of each students’ values and beliefs.  I grew up in classrooms that consisted of Secret Santa’s even if…

Ciao Ciao! Milan Fashion Week Recap!

By Cady Lang, Staff Writer March 7, 2012
The models have left, the streets are no longer filled with fashion luminaries and too-cool-for-school bloggers, and I am no longer seeing models at my local grocery store - Milan Fashion Week is over. But what a week it was! So many strong looks on the runways this season. Definite highlight for me was the…

On the Cuff

By Cady Lang, Staff Writer February 8, 2012
During the month that I've called Milan home, I've noticed that its residents have excellent street style. Their apparel isn't extremely trendy as much as it is cohesive. Their outfits go together from head to toe. One of the sartorial expressions that I love the most is cuffing pants. By cuffing pants slightly, it shows…

Where is the best pizza? (The ultimate culture-crossing cuisine)

By Lucy Walker September 30, 2011
Who decided to follow the baby calf's actions and first milk a cow? What was going through the mind of the world's initial sailor as he jumped onto his barge and hoped it would float? Or, my personal favorite, how did that one great caveman or woman decide there might be some point in rubbing…

Behind the curtain

By Lisa Purrone, Contributing Writer September 21, 2011
Though they share overarching themes of light and new beginnings, each of the three fall productions in the Ithaca College Department of Theatre Art’s lineup tells a vastly different story.
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