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National Recap: Kenosha shooter released on $2 million bail

National Recap: Kenosha shooter released on $2 million bail

By John Turner, Opinion Editor November 24, 2020
Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager charged with fatally shooting two protesters during the Jacob Blake protests in August, was released on bail Nov. 20.
National Recap: States look to revise anti-discrimination laws

National Recap: States look to revise anti-discrimination laws

By Kate Sustick January 30, 2020
Kansas and Wisconsin are holding hearings for revisions of the states' anti-discrimination laws to add a ban on employer bias based on hairstyle.
Third from left, sophomore Daniel Igoe marches at The Bristol Renaissance Faire in Bristol, Wisconsin, with a group of other costume-clad workers. Igoe began working with the fair two years ago and said he found a community through it.

Q&A: History major time travels with Renaissance fairs

By Olivia King, Staff Writer August 28, 2019

History has the potential to be highly interactive and relatable given the right circumstances — Renaissance fairs are one way to bring history to life. Fairs often combine crafting, costuming and performance...

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Women’s crew aims to reach podium at national championships

By Anna Harris, Staff Writer February 28, 2019
The Ithaca College women's crew team is hoping to win a national championship this season after falling to Bates College in 2018.
Junior Carolyn Nichols, second from left, competed in the NCGA National Event Finals April 1 in Stout, Wisconsin, tying for third with 9.65 points.

Gymnast ties for third in NCGA Individual Event Finals

By Casey Koenig, Staff Writer April 5, 2017
Sophomore Carolyn Nichols competed on the vault in the NCGA Individual Event Finals April 1. Nichols tied for third with 9.650 points.
Gymnastics places fifth at NCGA East Regional Championships

Gymnastics places fifth at NCGA East Regional Championships

By Casey Koenig, Staff Writer March 20, 2017
The Ithaca College women's gymnastics team places fifth with a score of 185.525 in the NCGA East Regional Championships March 19.
Wrestling advances six to NCAA Championship

Wrestling advances six to NCAA Championship

By Colin Tessier, Staff Writer February 27, 2017
Ten members of the Ithaca College wrestling team competed in the NCAA Northeast Regionals Feb. 25–26 and qualified six wrestlers and two alternates.
From left, Mead Loop, an associate professor in the Department of Journalism; Joe Joch, a lawyer and prosecutor who was elected the Tompkins County district attorney in 1974; Tom Kertscher, a journalist from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Brad Rudin, a Tompkins County assistant district attorney, discuss Steven Averys case.

Constitution Day panel discusses Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’

By Justin Henry, Staff Writer September 18, 2016
The journalist responsible for covering the trial documented in the Netflix documentary series “Making a Murderer,” along with two local attorneys, spoke to over 75 students and faculty members about the rights that legal defendants have, or should have, to administer a fair trial.
Freshman gymnast Nina Bustamante-Nadeau works on her balance beam routine during the teams practice Jan. 26 in Ben Light Gymnasium. She placed second on this event in her first meet as a Bomber Jan. 16.

Freshman takes uncommon path to becoming a college gymnast

By Akili Dorsey Bell, Staff Writer January 27, 2016
Freshman gymnast Nina Bustamante-Nadeau trained with the Greek national team and M & M Gymnastics and Dance, a team that has produced Olympians, before coming to Ithaca.
Sophomore Anna Belson performs in the 1-meter dive during the swimming and diving meet Nov. 7 at the Athletics and Events Center.

Sophomore student-athlete hurdles over her fear of diving

By Justin Rouzier, Contributing Writer December 2, 2015
Sophomore Anna Belson overcomes her fear of diving to be a large contributor to the women's swimming and diving team.
Members of the gymnastics team come from several parts of the nation, including Missouri and Arkansas, to compete.

Gymnasts from all around the country bring talent to the floor

By Akili Dorsey Bell, Contributing Writer December 1, 2015
In recent years, members of the gymnastics team have come from several parts of the country to make a new home at the college.

Cross-country runner earns All-American status at NCAAs

By Lauren Murray, Contributing Writer November 21, 2015
Three cross-country runners competed at the NCAA Championship on Nov. 21 in Winneconne, Wisconsin, including sophomore Taryn Cordani, who earned All-American status.
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