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TCAT Crash Course: how Ithaca College students travel around town

By Sarah Cochi, Julia Hargreaves, and Maddy Dombrow April 12, 2024

Sarah Cochi takes a tour of Ithaca via Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT). Starting at Ithaca College, Cochi explores Routes 11 and 15, which bring her to the Ithaca Commons, the Ithaca Shopping...

The Taste of the 13th Annual Chowder Cook-Off | 2023

By Nathan Glasser, Christian Gratto, and Makai Yllanes December 6, 2023

Nathan Glasser visited the 13th Annual Chowder Cook-Off Dec. 2 on the Commons. He tasted and rated the different chowders from local businesses.

Exploring the 13th Annual Chowder Cook-Off | 2023

By Nathan Glasser, Christian Gratto, and Makai Yllanes December 6, 2023

Nathan Glasser interviewed the competitors at this year's annual Chowder Cook-Off Dec. 2 on the Commons. Stay tuned for his ranking of this year's chowders!

Silent Disco and giant light-up unicorn delight at The Ice & Lights Festival

By Makai Yllanes, Sarah Cochi, and Julia Hargreaves December 5, 2023

Makai Yllanes explored The Ice and Lights Festival on Dec. 2 on the Ithaca Commons. He found silent disco dancers and giant unicorn riders but unfortunately, no ice.

Ithaca College community questions Yellow Deli and Twelve Tribes presence

Ithaca College community questions Yellow Deli and Twelve Tribes presence

By Caitlin Holtzman, Editor in Chief May 3, 2023
Internationally, the Twelve Tribes run multiple businesses including the Yellow Deli and Maté Factor, which have both had locations in Ithaca. The Twelve Tribes now runs the deli on The Commons.
From left, graduate student Alexa Ritchie and Megan Motkowski 22 will be participating in the Gorges Ithaca Half Marathon that will take place on June 17.

Former lacrosse players take on local half marathon

By David Schurter, Staff Writer May 3, 2023
Ritchie and Motkowski are training to participate in the Gorges Ithaca Half Marathon, a 13.1-mile race that will take place June 17.
This years Apple Fest took place from Oct. 1 to Oct. 3 on The Commons.

Ithaca community bites into autumn at Apple Fest 2021

By The Ithacan Photo Staff, The Ithacan Photo Staff October 7, 2021

The Apple Harvest Festival is one of the most popular attractions in Ithaca. Vendors from all over the Northeast come to sell baked goods, apple products and an array of handcrafted works to hundreds of...

On the Quad: Are You Excited for Apple Fest?

September 29, 2021

The Ithacan asked students if they are excited for Apple Fest on Sept. 20 on the quad.

From left, Devon Buckley, Johnny Driscoll, Eliana Maharani and Aria Dawn Tiphereth perform April 10 at Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar. This was the bars first live show since the pandemic.

Local lounge brings back live music

By Elijah de Castro, Staff Writer April 28, 2021
From left, Devon Buckley, Johnny Driscoll, Eliana Maharani and Aria Dawn Tiphereth perform April 10 at Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar. This was the bar's second live show since the pandemic.
Hundreds of protestors gathered on The Commons on May 31 to memorialize George Floyd, a black man who was killed in police custody, and protest against police violence against black people. This was the first gathering, which will be held weekly.

Ithaca community gathers to protest police brutality

By Madison Fernandez, Editor in Chief May 31, 2020
Floyd’s death has been a catalyst for people around the nation to come together to protest the killing of black individuals.
The Global Climate Strike occurred internationally Sept. 20. Ithaca was one of approximately 1,500 locations in 150 countries that participated in the strike.

Students fight against climate change at Global Climate Strike

By Falyn Stempler, Senior Writer September 22, 2019
The Ithaca College Eco-Reps led hundreds of students, faculty and staff downtown to meet up with the larger event occurring on The Commons.
Protesters hold up signs expressing their opposition to President Trumps recent declaration of a national emergency at the Mexico border. The rally took place on Presidents Day Feb. 18.

Locals protest Trump’s national emergency declaration

By Ryan King, Assistant News Editor February 18, 2019
Some locals took to the Commons Feb. 18 to protest President Donald Trump’s recent declaration of a national emergency to build a wall on
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