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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 9, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

IC students host panel discussion to openly discuss racial injustice

By , | Dec 10, 2014

Ithaca College students have continued their rallies in response to the non-indictments for police officers involved in the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.

Ithaca protesters hold ‘die-in’ for Eric Garner

By | Dec 4, 2014

About 100 people from Ithaca participated in a ‘die-in’ on The Commons as a vigil for Eric Garner, who died in the chokehold of New York Police Department Officer Daniel Pantaleo.

Students find way around the law with fake IDs

By | Nov 5, 2014

Despite security in place to eliminate fake ID use at local bars and nightclubs, some underage students still slip through the cracks.

Editorial: Public Safety needs to better train faculty and staff for emergencies

By The Ithacan | Oct 22, 2014

Although Public Safety is well prepared for emergency situations such as an active shooter on campus, faculty and staff are not as well prepared as they can be.

Public Safety Log: Sept. 15– Sept. 18

By The Ithacan | Oct 9, 2014

SEPTEMBER 15
Criminal mischief
Location: Emerson Hall
SUMMARY: Caller reported unknown person damaged exit sign.

Office of Public Safety plans for gun violence emergencies

By | Oct 8, 2014

With a steady rise in incidents of gun violence nationally, Ithaca College has plans in place in preparation for such situations.

Point/Counterpoint: Myrick’s new police proposal sparks debate

By , | Sep 3, 2014

Mayor Svante Myrick proposes a police reform act and meets opposition from the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association, Inc.

Ithaca police investigate stabbing on Hillview

By | Aug 31, 2014

The Ithaca Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred at 12:46 a.m. Aug. 31 on the 300 block of Hillview Place

Investigation into Simeon’s crash leaves questions unanswered

By | Aug 27, 2014

The fate of Simeon’s bistro, following a tractor-trailer crash into the restaurant this summer, is yet to be determined as the investigation continues.

Crime wave hits city of Ithaca

By | Aug 25, 2014

The City of Ithaca was hit with a string of crimes over the summer, which has included a high number of burglaries, robberies and criminal trespassing charges.

College and City: Feb. 27

By The Ithacan | Feb 26, 2014

College encourages spirit through giving campaign
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow is sponsoring the first-ever “I Love IC Week,” a week of events that promote campus philanthropy and school spirit, which began Feb.

Chemicals dumped in sewer damage wastewater treatment facility

By | Dec 11, 2013

The largest dumping of unknown chemicals into the City of Ithaca’s public sanitary sewer system in recent memory occurred Nov. 23, forcing the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility to shut down from Nov. 25–27.