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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

The Ithacan

LGBT center celebrates decade

By Gerald Doherty, Staff Writer October 13, 2011
Nicole Blum ’06 celebrated her third anniversary with her wife on Tuesday in Wisconsin. Blum entered Ithaca College focused on field hockey and softball and spent much of her freshman and sophomore years believing she was straight.

Campus reacts to death of Apple CEO Steve Jobs

By Gerald Doherty, Staff Writer October 7, 2011
From the time he released the original line of Macintosh computers to the latest MacBook Pros, the late Steve Jobs had an indelible impact on Ithaca College.

Native understanding

By Michelle Boulé, Photo Editor October 6, 2011
Ithaca College and the surrounding community are working together to combat stereotypes through cultural awareness events.

Dorm-to-Dorm Salesmen

By Nicole Ogrysko, Staff Writer September 29, 2011
Sophomore Jen Segal’s room looks like almost any other dorm at Ithaca College — a few posters on the wall, a desk neatly organized in the corner and cheetah print sheets.

Beating around the bush

By Taylor Long, Staff Writer September 22, 2011
Walk along Route 13 south, right beside the train tracks until the railroad bridge crosses the creek by Agway. Cross the bridge. Balance on the steel tracks, hop from one railroad tie to the next. Hang a left.

Svante Myrick prevails in primary election

By Ithacan Staff September 15, 2011
Svante Myrick, Ithaca 4th Ward representative and 2009 Cornell University graduate, won the democratic mayoral primary election for the City of Ithaca on Tuesday.

Rebuilding and remembering

By Gerald Doherty, Staff Writer September 8, 2011
When many current college students were still in middle school, the United States suffered one of the deadliest attacks in its history. Across the U.S., children were taken out of school. They learned a new word that would pervade a decade: terrorism.

Convocation sets intellectual goals

By Erica Palumbo, Assistant News Editor September 1, 2011
As students stepped into the Ben Light Gymnasium Monday, they also stepped into a new chapter of their lives.

A kind of closure

By Jacqueline Palochko, Opinion Editor May 5, 2011
When senior Jessica Arnone heard the news Sunday night that Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks, had been killed, she was ecstatic.

Making the grade

By Matthew Biddle, Senior Writer April 28, 2011
Colleges and universities are responding to a nationwide increase in students enrolled with learning disabilities by providing more services to help them succeed.

Cyber Self

By Shea O'Meara, Staff Writer April 21, 2011
Junior Jake Tenenbaum, a business administration major, applied for 37 internships this year. This summer, he will use his self-branding skills that landed him the job to market his employer.

Room to Grow

By Kelsey O'Connor, Assistant News Editor April 14, 2011
As rain pours down on solar panel-covered roofs, EcoVillage at Ithaca, a small but growing sustainable development in west Ithaca, prepares to spread its roots a little farther this summer into the Ithaca community.
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