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Commencement speaker motivates students to pursue passions

By | May 20, 2012

The hot sun shone down on Butterfield Stadium today, mirroring the beaming faces of proud parents who were among about 10,000 people present for Ithaca College’s 117th Commencement ceremony.

College looks into graffiti

By | Apr 14, 2011

Public Safety officers are investigating six reports of arson or graffiti that have occurred since April 6 in East Tower and Terrace 6 residence halls according to Tom Dunn, Public Safety investigator.

Tony Kushner reschedules visit

By | Mar 4, 2011

“Angels in America” author Tony Kushner, who canceled his appearance at Ithaca College that was planned for Feb. 21, has rescheduled his interview for 7:30 p.m April 4 in Horner Theatre. David Garcia, executive associate dean of Humanities and Sciences, said the college had signed a contract with Kushner, and both sides set the details…

New ban to affect sale of some headshop products

By | Mar 3, 2011

Five chemicals used to make synthetic marijuana were banned Tuesday. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration used its emergency scheduling authority to make JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-200, CP-47497 and cannabicyclohexanol, as well as the substances that contain them, illegal to possess and sell.

Committee to write final IC20/20 draft

By | Feb 17, 2011

Last week, members of the Ithaca College community gathered for the first time to discuss the task of writing the “rough” final draft of the IC20/20 document as participants of the IC20/20 Steering Committee. Eight task forces have been working to create their proposals for each section of the IC20/20 draft. The IC20/20 Steering Committee…

IC dismantles DIIS; programs redistributed

By | Jan 27, 2011

The start of the Spring 2011 semester brought an end to the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies at Ithaca College. DIIS was officially eliminated as a division of the college beginning the first day of classes. All of its affiliated academic programs and their components were transferred to other schools. The culture and communication…

Freshman mother endures dorm housing struggle

By | Dec 9, 2010

When Freshman Shaquanna “Star” Thomas brought her baby with her when she returned to her dorm after Thanksgiving, she knew the next few weeks would be difficult.

College responds to demand for online courses

By | Nov 18, 2010

In response to a recent rise in registration for online courses during winter and summer sessions, Ithaca College will be offering more online courses for the second year in a row this winter session.

Kid Cudi ends concert on upbeat note

By | Nov 10, 2010

Saturday’s Kid Cudi concert at Cornell University’s Barton Hall was more like one-third of a Kid Cudi concert. He didn’t enter the stage until almost two hours into the night, giving the first two performers more time than they should have had for their sets. But when Kid Cudi finally did grace the stage, the…

Tyra Banks requests help to keep stalker far away

By | Oct 22, 2010

Poor Tyra Banks. Not only has she grown out of her modeling career, but she’s also gained a stalker who believes they will get married — he even left a wedding invitation in her home that stated the big day was Jan. 8, 2011. Marten Williams Jr. was arrested earlier this month for trespassing on…

Celeb’s nine-year-old kid makes music video debut

By | Oct 22, 2010

It pays to be the child of a mega celebrity, but Will Smith’s daughter, Willow Smith, doesn’t need her daddy’s fame to make it in the music industry. Her debut music video for the song “Whip My Hair” came out Monday. First of all, Willow is only 9 years old. Second, her voice and dance…

Rodeo turns herself in

By | Oct 22, 2010

This cowgirl needs to learn that self-promotion plus an arrest warrant equals being lassoed into jail.