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College passes core curriculum

By | Apr 4, 2012

The Academic Policy Committee has approved Ithaca College’s new Integrative Core Curriculum, according to an Intercom release penned by Marisa Kelly, provost and vice president of academic affairs.


Activist makes food political

By | Apr 3, 2012

Self-proclaimed “fermentation revivalist” Sandor Ellix Katz dropped by Ithaca College yesterday to discuss healthy diets and the benefits of food localization.


Cornell senior charged for armed burglary

By | Apr 1, 2012

A Cornell University senior is facing charges from the Ithaca Police Department for an alleged armed break-in Wednesday. Cornell University senior Warner Phipps, who is also a member of the Cornell Wrestling Team, was charged with burglary in the 2nd degree, menacing in the 2nd degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th…


Public Safety investigates three burglaries

By | Mar 30, 2012

The Office of Public Safety is investigating three separate reports of burglaries from Terrace 6, East Tower and Holmes Hall.


Weatherman stresses environmental reporting

By | Mar 30, 2012

Sam Champion, weather anchor for ABC’s “Good Morning America,” shared his experiences with broadcast journalism and warned the campus community to pay attention to climate change in a lecture Thursday night in Ithaca College’s Emerson Suites.


Castaways to close in May

By | Mar 29, 2012

Castaways, a popular local waterfront bar in Ithaca, announced on Facebook yesterday that it will close its doors May 1.


Former sex slave shares story

By | Mar 29, 2012

Chong Kim can tell you what about the harsh realities of human trafficking and what it takes to survive. A survivor of sex trafficking within the United States, Kim is now working to educate the masses about human trafficking and its American ties.


Professor turns bus into business

By | Mar 27, 2012

All aboard — Adam Peruta, assistant professor of strategic communication, hopped on the StartupBus on March 6 in Washington, D.C. Seventy-two hours and 1,500 miles later, before getting off the bus in Austin, Tex., at the South by Southwest interactive festival, Peruta and about 25 colleagues, including designers, developers and business people, were tasked with…


Body found in Cayuga Inlet

By | Mar 22, 2012

A body has been found in the Cayuga Inlet this morning at Allan H. Treman Marina State Park, according to several media reports.


Alumnus launches nanocoating business to fight bacteria

By | Mar 20, 2012

There are 1,500 bacteria living on each square centimeter of a hand. Every material and surface a hand touches holds the same amount of bacteria, if not more. Michael Holbert ’05 said this fact inspired him to apply antimicrobial properties to several materials. He has become the first person licensed in the U.S. by XTIO2…


Public Safety reports two Lyon Hall laptop burglaries

By | Mar 19, 2012

The Office of Public Safety has reported two burglaries in Lyon Hall.


Tracking sex

By | Mar 19, 2012

A new website allows anyone in the world to digitally register where they’re having sex.