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Rallying for Trayvon

By | Apr 6, 2012

As the Trayvon Martin case continues to spark a national outcry against racial profiling, Ithaca College students are uniting to incite awareness on a local level.

Under the hood

By | Apr 5, 2012

Students at Ithaca College and campuses nationwide are pulling up their hoods to shed light on the racial profiling discourse surrounding the Trayvon Martin case.

Voluntary response

By | Mar 22, 2012

Freshman Joshua Couce has violated the speed limit on many occasions. Couce often exceeds more than 100 mph, but he is not behind the wheel of a sports car. He is driving an ambulance with an injured patient in the back.

Alumnus launches nanocoating business to fight bacteria

By | Mar 20, 2012

There are 1,500 bacteria living on each square centimeter of a hand. Every material and surface a hand touches holds the same amount of bacteria, if not more. Michael Holbert ’05 said this fact inspired him to apply antimicrobial properties to several materials. He has become the first person licensed in the U.S. by XTIO2…

SGA presses Rochon about IC 20/20 plan

By | Feb 16, 2012

What began as a discussion to help resolve lingering concerns about IC 20/20 during the Student Government Association meeting last week evolved into a tense discourse with President Tom Rochon about the perceived absence of student opinion in the creation process.

Pushing past limits

By | Feb 9, 2012

At 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday, sophomore Kevin Walker can be found in Ithaca College’s Muller Chapel meditating during the Buddhist community’s weekly service.

Looking sharp in Bhutan

By | Feb 2, 2012

It has been more than a decade since the Kingdom of Bhutan introduced a media organization. Christopher Sperry, director of curriculum and staff development at Ithaca College’s Project Look Sharp, touched down in the snowy region of the Himalayas last week to help the Buddhist kingdom further develop its media literacy. For the next week,…

Sending support

By | Jan 26, 2012

While the holiday season was a chance to relax for some, for others it was a chance to lend support to families in need.

Myrick emphasizes service

By | Jan 26, 2012

City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick emphasized service and collectivism in his keynote address on “A New Definition of Greatness” Wednesday night in the Dillingham Center.

Myrick to headline MLK Week

By | Jan 25, 2012

City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick will deliver the keynote address tonight in the Dillingham Center as part of the college’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Week.

RA’s oppose meeting time set by Res Life

By | Dec 15, 2011

Resident Assistants across campus are petitioning against a standardized meeting time that is set to be implemented by the Office of Residential Life next fall.

Professor fuses culture and photography abroad

By | Dec 8, 2011

When Janice Levy, professor of cinema, photography, and media arts, went to Saudi Arabia last year for a 10-day workshop, she had no idea that the experience would later lead to a 10-month sabbatical.