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September 22, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Community responds to racial incident

By | Nov 29, 2007

Two organizations in Ithaca held a press conference Nov. 16 to call for the resignation of Judith Pastel, superintendant of the Ithaca City School District. Activists Committed to Interrupting Oppression Now and Race Liberation Alliance organized the conference in response to a student’s suspension after he was involved in another racial incident at Ithaca High…

FLEFF performance to be featured at national venue

By | Sep 28, 2007

In a performance presented today to Ithaca College students, the stage will serve as a collage of music, culture and passion. Two pianists will play a tango for a pair of dancers against a backdrop of images from 20th century life in Latin America, Paris and New York City. The performance, originally created by five…

CellFlix winners receive $5,000

By | May 3, 2007

Senior Zack Wilson and junior Billy Feldman took the top prizes of $5,000 from among the 99 entries in this year’s CellFlix competition. CellFlix is the first student cell phone festival in the country, introduced last year by Dianne Lynch, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications. The festival invites high school and…

Cellflix winners announced

By | May 1, 2007

Senior Zack Wilson and junior Billy Feldman took the top prizes in this year’s Cellflix competition. Wilson, a television radio and video production major, was one of 11 semi-finalists selected by judges Melissa Gattine, special programs and public relations coordinator of the Roy H. Park School of Communications; Peter Johanns, assistant professor of television and…

Shopping center plans approved

By | Apr 19, 2007

The Town of Ithaca Planning Board gave preliminary approval to plans for a new shopping center during a public meeting April 3. The center, College Crossings, will be located at the intersection of Danby Road and East King Road. Landowner Evan Monkemeyer, of Ithaca Estates Realty, plans to break ground in May and be open…

New minors broaden horizons

By | Mar 1, 2007

Sophomore Willyann King has always had an interest in race issues, but until now her interests could not earn her a degree at Ithaca College. King is waiting to declare an African Diaspora minor when the option becomes available next semester. “It’s about time that a minor like this got established in Ithaca College,” King…

New club aims to start discussion using media

By | Feb 15, 2007

“Go Ducks!” The random cheer of 17 students, members of the new student group Generation Rising, had less to do with the purpose of the meeting Feb. 6 in the Campus Center and more to do with building morale. Leading the discussion on strategy for the club’s mission — to create campus debate about issues…