Last summer at the Ithaca Farmers Market, a crowd poured out from a wooden pavilion beside Cayuga Inlet.
The Office of International Programs and Extended Studies has announced that summer and winter undergraduate tuition rates will be discounted by 30 percent.
Ithaca College students learned how to survive outside during a New York winter in a talk by the founder of Primitive Pursuits, a local nature education program.
Tonight I have filled the hiking backpack I got for Christmas to the brim with all the supplies and equipment I will need for a five day, 53 mile journey from my home in Geneva to my second home in Ithaca. After I finish this blog post I will go to bed and try to get a full night’s rest, because tomorrow, for the first time in a while, I will be rising with the sun to walk.
As LGBT History Month draws to a close, it is important to recognize how this month is imperative to the growth and strength of queer people finding their voices in the choir of multiculturalism and diversity.
Amid a mild winter, thousands of locals and tourists flocked to The Commons yesterday for the Great Chili Cook-off of 2012 to eat a seasonal favorite and support local businesses.
She is launched into the thin mountain air, her trajectory angled to fly. At heights of more than 10 feet above the lip of the 25-foot half-pipe, freestyle skier Sarah Burke completed two-and-a-half full rotations before coming back to earth ready to soar again.