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Campus remembers student killed in car accident over break

By | Jan 23, 2013

Ithaca College will hold a memorial service for junior Victoria Howell at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Muller Chapel.

Carl Sgrecci discusses his long history at the college

By | Oct 15, 2012

Staff writer Sage Daugherty spoke with Sgrecci about his award and the changes he has witnessed during his time at the college.

Ithaca College freshman class has lowest enrollment in four years

By | Aug 30, 2012

The enrollment for Ithaca College’s class of 2016 was lower than the college’s target class size.

Police report downtown power outage

By | May 4, 2012

There are power outages in the downtown and East Hill areas of the City of Ithaca, according to a press release issued earlier tonight by the Ithaca Police Department.

IC student featured on “Conan”

By | May 1, 2012

An Ithaca College freshman received national media attention in a humorous light on April 23, when Perry Koenig was featured on a “Fan Corrections” segment on “Conan,” a late night TBS talk show hosted by Conan O’Brien.

Swidjit to fully launch May 1

By | Apr 30, 2012

For Alex Colket, the inspiration to create the hyperlocal social media platform Swidjit was, quite fittingly, close to home. After developing an interest in sustainability and creating his own online meal-sharing program, Colket was driven to take community currency to the next level.

Crews extinguish morning fire

By | Apr 29, 2012

A porch on 132 University Ave. by Cornell University caught on fire early this morning, but crews were able to quickly extinguish its flames, according to a press release penned by IFD assistant fire chief Daniel Tier III.

IC squad wins Adirondack Cup

By | Apr 25, 2012

A team of Ithaca College students has won a mock stock portfolio management competition, according to an Intercom release penned by Paul Deamer, marketing communications manager in the Office of Marketing Communications.

Ron Paul energizes Ithaca students

By | Apr 23, 2012

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, a hero of small government libertarians, outlined his candidacy Thursday night in front of a packed crowd of more than 4,000 at Cornell University’s Lynah Rink, the home of the Big Red’s men’s and women’s hockey teams.

Snowstorm surprises South Hill

By | Apr 23, 2012

The season of unpredictable weather has continued with heavy snowfall finally arriving on South Hill — in the end of April.

Campus experiencing decrease in water pressure

By | Apr 21, 2012

The Ithaca College campus is experiencing a decrease in water pressure, according to an Emergency Notification sent out to the campus community shortly after 1 p.m.

Former Trustee passes away

By | Apr 21, 2012

Mike Serventi ’72, a retired member of Ithaca College’s Board of Trustees, passed away April 18. Serventi, 61, was riding his bicycle in Florida when he was struck by a car and killed.