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Sophomore Gabe Gomez and freshman Steven Bailey in yellow look on as freshman Ben Cohen in blue makes a catch for his team, the Washed Up Pros. The intramural flag football league plays Sunday Evenings.

Intramural athletics provide fun despite issues

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Staff Writer April 2, 2019
The Ithaca College Intramural Sports program gives a chance for students to participate in athletics in a low-stress atmosphere.
Members of the men’s crew team cheer after competing at the 50-Year Celebration on April 28 at the Cayuga Inlet. The Ithaca College men’s crew program was formed in 1968.

Evolving over decades: Crew program celebrates 50th anniversary

By Samantha Cavalli, Staff Writer May 2, 2018
The Ithaca College crew teams celebrated the programs' 50th anniversary at the Cayuga Inlet on May 1.
Junior Sam McGrath competes in his singles match against Connecticut College on April 29.

Tennis player battles arm injuries to dominate junior season

By Dani Pluchinsky, Assistant Sports Editor April 30, 2018
Ithaca College junior Sam McGrath had to go through intense rehab for pain in his arm to play collegiate tennis.
New wide receiver coach hired for 2017 football season

New wide receiver coach hired for 2017 football season

By Samantha Cavalli, Assistant Sports Editor April 13, 2017
The Ithaca College football team hired a new wide receiver coach, Reece Petty, for the 2017 fall season.

Ithaca College crew opens fall seasons at Channel of Canal

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor October 2, 2016
The Ithaca College men’s and women’s crew opened their fall seasons Oct. 1 at the Channel of the Canal in Geneva, New York.
From left, senior Page Plocic and Jennifer Muller, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, spent the summer studying the remains of impovershed African-Americans in the William Montague Cobb Skeletal Collection.

Professor studies trauma through skeletal research

By Michael Tkaczevski, Staff Writer February 12, 2014
New research on bones provides evidence that impoverished Americans, especially African-Americans, experienced treatment that led to serious physical and mental stress, correlating with their economic inequality.
Freshman forward Matt Ambrose takes control of the puck behind the net during the men’s club ice hockey team’s 6–3 win against Washington & Jefferson College on Sept. 29.

Club hockey faces new level of competition

By Karly Redpath, Staff Writer October 10, 2013
The Ithaca College men's club hockey team has joined a tougher division this season.
President Obama discusses his plans for college affordability at a town hall-style meeting at Binghamton University

Obama discusses college affordability in Binghamton

By Jack Curran, Online News Editor August 24, 2013
President Barack Obama spoke at a town hall-style meeting at Binghamton University where he discussed his plans for college affordability.

Take some time to rethink stress

By Kari Beal December 6, 2012
Some students stress like maniacs during the end-of-semester crunch, while others manage to keep calm. The reason for this may be brain chemistry.
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