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A week in photos — Oct. 11, 2012

By | Oct 11, 2012

Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by The Ithacan’s photography staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.

Slideshow: EcoVillage to build Passive House community

By | Oct 10, 2012

EcoVillage has begun initial construction on its final neighborhood, using state-of-the-art airtight enclosure technology.

EcoVillage to build Passive House community

By | Oct 9, 2012

EcoVillage has begun initial construction on its final neighborhood, using state-of-the-art airtight enclosure technology.

Local farmers deliver at Apple Fest despite poor harvest season

By | Oct 1, 2012

Despite a year of difficult harvests, the 30th Annual Downtown Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival brought in large crowds this weekend.

Ithaca College community joins Albany fracking protest

By | Aug 29, 2012

Members of the Ithaca College community joined an estimated 1,500 protesters Monday in Albany to urge Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ban natural gas drilling, also known as fracking, in New York.

Ron Paul to visit Cornell

By | Apr 17, 2012

Mere days before next Tuesday’s GOP presidential primary vote in New York, Republican candidate Ron Paul will visit Cornell University.

Another NY fracking ban upheld

By | Mar 8, 2012

The Town of Middlefield in nearby Otsego County has the right to prohibit natural gas drilling within its limits, according to a recent New York state court ruling.

Rep. Hinchey to retire

By | Jan 20, 2012

Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-N.Y.) announced he would retire at the end of 2012 Thursday in Kingston, N.Y., marking the conclusion of his 20-year tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives. Hinchey, 73, represents the state’s 22nd congressional district, including the City of Ithaca and much of Tompkins County.

Fracking leads to more Pa. crime

By | Nov 11, 2011

While New York state may promote the introduction of hydraulic fracturing as an opportunity to create jobs and boost local economy, towns in Pennsylvania have experienced an upswing in crime since natural gas industries moved into the area.

Alumnus steals show with all-star film

By | Nov 2, 2011

Since graduating from Ithaca College, Bill Carraro ’81 has produced hit films such as “The Adjustment Bureau,” “The Golden Compass,” “Stay” and “Frequency.”

No day but today

By | Oct 27, 2011

Xavier Reyes doesn’t consider himself a particularly religious person. But on the day of his audition to the Ithaca College theater department in the spring of 2011, he appealed to a higher power. He needed strength that day.

Bye Bye Now

By | Oct 25, 2011

When you think about it, the idea of the bye week in football is pretty unique within sports. Oh sure hockey, basketball and baseball teams all have their days off. But that’s just it, they’re “days off.” No big deal is made about days off in sports because in a sport where teams frequently every…