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Moving to new grounds

By | Sep 22, 2011

Ithaca College’s athletic facilities in the Hill Center have caused Bomber teams many inconveniences and discomforts. But after $65.5 million of alumni donations and two years of construction, the college’s Athletics and Events Center is finally available for use.


Smooth moves from B.o.B at Cornell homecoming

By | Sep 21, 2011

Cymbals and genres alike clashed as a mix of Ithaca College and Cornell University students came together in Cornell’s Barton Hall to watch indie rockers Motion City Soundtrack and up-and-coming rap star B.o.B team up for a sonically brilliant performance.


Behind the curtain

By | Sep 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.


An Ode to Easy Mac

By | Sep 20, 2011

Once upon a time, families sat together at dinner. They ate a great dish, that made no Kosher diner a sinner. Pasta, any type, in a casserole dish: oozy, gooey, cheesy; it had it all. The cheese kept it together and pulled it apart: bits not large, nor small. The pasta made better the cheese.…


Salt and vinegar chips

By | Sep 19, 2011

As I sitting here typing, I am eating a (delicious but not sufficient) bag of salt and vinegar chips given to me by a friend. It’s one of the many times throughout my week where my stomach goes “No! Lucy, not fair. Feed me real food.” In high school and college, American teenagers get a…


IC’s (Better Version of) Fourthmeal

By | Sep 16, 2011

I went to late night four consecutive times this week. As many times as you can go in a week. And I found that by the time I got around to Thursday, it just was not as exciting, nor was I hungry. But let’s back-pedal to Monday so I can describe why I love late…


Carrying the beat

By | Sep 14, 2011

Junior Ellis Williams often carries Betty White between classes, waving to passersby as he strolls along the sidewalks of Ithaca College.


Professor writes national best-seller

By | Sep 14, 2011

Fierce passion and an unparalleled determination are characteristics shared by both the people in Eleanor Henderson’s debut novel “Ten Thousand Saints” and the author herself.


Lip dub ready to rock with second attempt

By | Sep 14, 2011

With wild dance moves and dynamic school pride, students will put their best lip-synching skills forward to capture the spirit of the Ithaca College community ­— in less than four minutes.


Pay for play?

By | Sep 13, 2011

If you’re like me, ESPN’s probably near the top of your list of most visited sites, if not at the top. But what you might not have noticed on the Worldwide Leader’s website yesterday was an article about a report commissioned by the National College Players Association on the financial value of major college athletes.…


My version of Deadliest Warrior

By | Sep 13, 2011

Breakfast versus late night. My on-campus job is all into icebreakers. During our kick-off on Sunday, I got the question “What is your favorite meal?” Obviously, the answer is breakfast. Lunch and dinner can be melded together, served at the same restaurants. But breakfast has high quality establishments like International “We Never Undercook Eggs” House…


“Ugh, I am not ready to eat like a college student.”

By | Sep 10, 2011

This was one of my first thoughts when I moved back onto campus. Of the many things I looked forward to as I approached my return to IC, how and what I eat at college was just not one of them. At home, I only have to saunter down a flight of stairs to be…