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Passion Pit electrifies Cornell

By | Nov 7, 2011

Hordes of anxious high school and college students crowded into Cornell’s Barton Hall last night for an evening with the synthpop band Passion Pit. The Cambridge, Mass., collective just came off a stop at the Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin before zipping up to Ithaca.

Exhibit builds NYC history

By | Nov 2, 2011

Amid the soaring city skylines depicted in gradients of grays, blacks and whites, the limbs of construction workers parallel the lines of the majestic building they are working on, the Empire State Building. The most striking part of the photograph, however, is not the architecture but its human counterparts — the workers.

Poet unlocks political inspiration

By | Oct 26, 2011

Evie Shockley, a poet, novelist and professor, will read at 7 p.m. today in Klingenstein Lounge as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers series.

Strange phobias plague students

By | Oct 25, 2011

As Halloween approaches, heightened images of cemeteries and the living dead can resurface long-forgotten fears, but for some Ithaca College students, their fear goes beyond the annual celebration.

Fashion club to travel back in time with ’70s Bohemian show

By | Oct 25, 2011

From the rack to the runway, ’70s Bohemian fashion is making a comeback today at the HiFashion Studios show.

Flash flood warnings in effect

By | Sep 28, 2011

A flash flood warning has been issued by the National Weather service for the Ithaca area. The warning is in effect through Thursday evening.

Author’s first novel becomes best seller

By | Sep 27, 2011

Vanessa Diffenbaugh is the author of “The Language of Flowers,” a book that incited a nine-way bidding war in 2010 for publishing rights that eventually sold to Balantine Books for $1 million.

Constitution Day to focus on First Amendment issues

By | Sep 27, 2011

Pioneering political blogger and author John Nichols will visit Ithaca College today to educate students on the significance of the U.S. Constitution, particularly the First Amendment, in his speech, “First Amendment Remedies: The Constitution as a Call to Action,” in celebration of Constitution Day.

Porchfest plays on

By | Sep 25, 2011

Looks like there really will be fiddlers on the roof in Ithaca soon, or at least on the porch.

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.

Suicide awareness week to host workshops on prevention

By | Sep 20, 2011

This week, Ithaca College’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is holding “Suicide Prevention Week,” a series of events to bring light to suicide and mental health through films, speakers, workshops and support groups.

Lip Dub II canceled

By | Sep 18, 2011

IC Lip Dub II, scheduled to shoot from noon until 4 p.m. today, has been canceled.