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October 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Bathrooms become more green

By | Nov 18, 2010

Ithaca College is keeping it clean with new, cheaper and environmentally friendly toilet paper and paper towels across campus.

Local farmers discuss current struggle

By | Nov 18, 2010

Local farmers at recent forums spoke out about the obstacles preventing small-scale local farms from starting social justice programs, citing time and money as the main barriers standing in their way.

Bathrooms become more green

By | Nov 17, 2010

Ithaca College is keeping it clean with new cheaper and environmentally friendly toilet paper and paper towels across campus.

Glitch blocks climate challenge

By | Nov 11, 2010

The Cortaca Climate Challenge was supposed to parallel the rivalry on the football field between Ithaca College and SUNY-Cortland in an effort to become more sustainable. But Ithaca students weren’t able to get past the first click of registration — a glitch in the challenge’s host website prevented them from participating, which means Cortland will…

Ithaca College Relay For Life splits from Cornell

By | Oct 28, 2010

The Ithaca College chapter of Colleges Against Cancer will host Relay For Life next semester without partnership with Cornell University for the first time in six years.

Counseling Center runs program as training for crisis intervention

By | Sep 23, 2010

Last year Rankins founded the Pathways program to foster mental health crisis prevention and intervention. Staff Writer Brian Rank spoke to Rankins about Pathways and its benefits for the campus.

Resident psychologist discusses crisis intervention training

By | Sep 21, 2010

LeBron Rankins, a psychologist at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, has spearheaded an initiative to educate the Ithaca College community about distress and suicide. Last year Rankins founded the Pathways program to foster mental health crisis prevention and intervention. The training is a one-time session during which participants learn how to identify a…

Author calls for civic action

By | Sep 21, 2010

Paul Loeb, an author and activist, spoke about civic engagement and finding nonpartisan common ground to an audience of about 80 people at 7 p.m. Monday in Textor 102.

Job and internship fair offers opportunities for students

By | Sep 14, 2010

Students met with representatives from organizations ranging from the SPCA of Tompkins County to the federal government at the Job, Internship and Volunteer Fair from 5 to 8 p.m. today in Emerson Suites.

Lounges return after year of over-enrollment

By | Sep 2, 2010

Extended occupancy housing was reduced from approximately 600 students at the beginning of 2009 to about 380 students this semester, opening up at least one uninhabited lounge per residence hall.

Campus groups team up to tackle mental health issues

By | Apr 24, 2010

Students raised their voices in poetry, song and stories all in the name of mental health promotion last night. Step Forward, an event sponsored by Active Minds, To Write Love On Her Arms and the First Year Experience featured performances by Spit That! and IC Voicestream from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in IC Square.

NBC ‘Today’ financial editor Jean Chatzky speaks on campus

By | Apr 15, 2010

Jean Chatzky, financial editor for NBC’s “Today” show, spoke at 7:30 p.m. yesterday in Emerson Suites about financial planning and succeeding as a writer in a lecture titled “Money 911: Teaching Americans to Cope Financially in a Changing World,” part of the Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecture Series.