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Getting ahead of technology

By | May 4, 2011

In a box underneath my bed, right next to my Taylor Swift limited edition box set, is a small, worn device — my first iPod. Though the battery only lasts 47-seconds into Creed’s “One Last Breath,” I often find myself browsing through my library from 2007, amazed at how far technology has come.

Smartphones are the future

By | Apr 20, 2011

I was crazy about disposable cameras as a kid. I must have blown through close to a dozen on my family trip to the Virgin Islands in sixth grade and another seven or eight during our trip to Hawaii. But that all changed once my sister got her first Polaroid i-Zone camera.

Wishful shots for a cause

By | Apr 13, 2011

March Madness may be over, but this weekend, basketball has students lacing up their sneakers to make a run at the championship game.

Liking Google’s latest product

By | Apr 6, 2011

I don’t know how many times I’ve “liked” something on Facebook. Most of the time it tends to be an awkward picture of someone falling asleep in class or an inside joke about the past weekend’s shenanigans, but for the most part, my “likes” never amount to anything meaningful.

Baseball: Bombers win both games in doubleheader

By | Mar 29, 2011

The baseball team won its home opener Tuesday, a doubleheader against Keuka College, in decisive fashion at Freeman Field. The Bombers came out strong in the first game of the doubleheader, holding Keuka to one hit, and won the game 13–1. Senior pitcher Dan Lynch, who improved to 2–1 on the season, threw five innings,…

Ultimate Frisbee club grabs championship title

By | Mar 24, 2011

On March 19, the Ithaca College men’s ultimate Frisbee club became the most recent team to bring a trophy back to South Hill. The club, also known as Nawshus Ultimate, won the High Tide Tournament Saturday in Brunswick, Ga.

Newest trend to group text

By | Mar 23, 2011

The first thing all my friends asked me when they found out I got a Blackberry Smartphone was “What’s your pin?”

Google Hotpot rates dining

By | Mar 9, 2011

During my backpacking trip across Europe, I constantly found myself running into a question that none of my four friends could answer — where should we eat? Though my memory is sharp enough to offer directions to the lone Burger King in Venice — just outside the east end of Piazza San Marco — I…

Social media buying power

By | Feb 23, 2011

I’ve always been fairly confident in my ability to convince people to agree with my ideas. In middle school, I could always sway people to play kickball rather than foursquare. And now, I can convince my roommates what the best gun to play with in Call of Duty 4: Black Ops is.

Senior runner distances herself from competition

By | Feb 9, 2011

Senior distance runner Kate Leugers has routinely turned in the fastest times for the women’s indoor track team this season. Leugers, who currently has the team’s best time in the 800-, 1,000- and 5,000-meter runs this year.

Verizon offers iPhone option

By | Feb 2, 2011

I’ve had 17 cell phones in the past nine years. I’ve had phones that flipped, spun and did almost everything short of cooking an omelet. But until this past summer — because I was on my parents’ contract with Verizon — owning an iPhone was out of the question.

Changing routines

By | Dec 9, 2010

From the top of the uneven bars to the corner of the spring floor, junior Jessica Bolduc has literally experienced the highs and lows of a gymnastics career.