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August 24, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Community unites after fatal bombings at Boston Marathon

Ithaca College students gathered Wednesday night to lend each other support in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. Thirty-four students stood in a circle by the Textor Ball holding candles and sharing comforting words.

Students rally for IC divestment

By | Apr 18, 2013

“Divest, divest, put fossil fuels to rest!” could be heard chanted from Free Speech Rock Thursday afternoon as more than 70 students rallied for the college’s divestment from the fossil fuel industry.

Expert to address undocumented Latino/a youth

By | Apr 17, 2013

The Ithaca College Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity will host Felipe Vargas and Mariela Nunez-Janes, experts on Latino/a youth.

State Diner to reopen in first week of May

By | Apr 17, 2013

Ithaca’s 77-year-old diner, the State Diner, will reopen in the beginning of May. A fire destroyed the inside of the building in October.

TWSM: Weather and worms

By | Apr 14, 2013

In “This Week in Social Media,” we collected community tweets about the weather and the worms.

Breaking the bank

By | Apr 11, 2013

With student loan debt accumulating and the cost of living on the rise, experts encourage students to become more conscious of their spending habits.

IPD officers injured in stolen vehicle incident

By | Apr 11, 2013

Three Ithaca Police Department officers were injured while pursuing a vehicle that was reported stolen from the parking lot of the Hess gas station on Elmira Road on Thursday.

Senior sets sights on scenic design career

By | Apr 10, 2013

Senior Emilio Martinez Zurita de la Garza talks about his commitment to the theatre department, the Leadership Scholars program, the Honors Program and IC Teatro.

SGA holds campus elections debate

By | Apr 10, 2013

The Ithaca College Student Government Association hosted an election debate, where candidates running for the senior class executive board, the SGA executive board and senators of each class and school discussed several issues, such as communication with the administration.

ITS and library propose limit on paper printing

By | Apr 10, 2013

Ithaca College is considering a proposal to limit the number of pages that students can print for free per semester to 150–200 pages

City kicks off Commons rebuild project

By | Apr 10, 2013

Nearly 100 people gathered Monday on The Commons for a celebration that officially marked the launch of the much-awaited Ithaca Commons redesign project.

CU student charged with rape enters not guilty plea

By | Apr 9, 2013

Cornell University student Peter Mesko, who has been charged with rape in the first degree, entered a not guilty plea Friday in the Ithaca City Court.