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October 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

College community presents work at Whalen Symposium

By | Apr 9, 2010

More than 300 students and faculty showcased their work in 200 presentations from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. yesterday in Campus Center as part of this year’s James J. Whalen Academic Symposium.

Activist speaks out against nuclear proliferation

By | Apr 1, 2010

Advocates for an end to nuclear weapons spoke and answered questions from attendees of “Think Outside the Bomb,” a discussion held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. yesterday in Williams Hall 225.

Chicago professor speaks about same-sex marriage

By | Mar 9, 2010

Nussbaum, a commentator on cosmopolitanism and emotions from the University of Chicago professor, spoke to a crowd of about 90 about “Same-Sex Marriage and Constitutional Law: Beyond the Politics of Disgust” Tuesday night in Emerson Suites. Nussbaum is the tenth annual lecturer in the Distinguished Speakers in the Humanities series presented by the School of…

College hosts job and internship fair

By | Mar 4, 2010

Students and employers came together for the annual Spring Job and Internship Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. yesterday in Emerson Suite A. Hosted by Ithaca College’s Office of Career Services, students were able to network and submit resumes for internships and jobs with 43 employers. John Fracchia, associate director of Career Services, said…

Students celebrate Purim with Drag Ball

By | Feb 26, 2010

Yesterday, the Student Alliance For Israel in association with Prism hosted a Drag Ball celebrating the Jewish holiday of Purim. The event included a drag show, a high-heeled shoe race, music, snacks and mask decorating. The holiday of Purim celebrates the Biblical story of Queen Esther and Haman in which Esther reveals her true identity…

Resident to race 155 miles for cancer

By | Feb 25, 2010

Ithaca resident Christopher LaVallee plans to go the distance to support cancer research — 155 miles through Australia on foot. From April 25 to May 1 LaVallee will embark on a boundary-pushing race through the Australian outback to raise $20,000 for the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes. He will be one of 200…

TCAT routes added to list of free rides for staff

By | Feb 19, 2010

On Monday, the program that allows free rides to Ithaca College staff on TCAT buses was expanded on a trial basis. The college now supports routes 20 and 52 in addition to already supported routes within Tompkins County. Marian Brown, a chief organizer of the program, said it helps improve the environment and parking lot…