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By | Dec 12, 2008

Those interested in learning about the closest place to purchase a sword, finding the best burgers in town or discovering where they can get their fortune told finally have somewhere to turn — Ithaca’s new magazine Ithaha. From sword shops and psychics, to cartoons and tasty burgers, articles featured in the new local magazine Ithaha…

Finding hidden treasures

By | Oct 9, 2008

Cars line a gravel driveway alongside a cornfield, leading to a three-story building overflowing with vintage books and furniture. Tall glasses lay outside, filled with rainwater next to rusted pots and gardening tools. A grass lawn covered with couches, mattresses and mops extends to the open-air market known as Hub’s Place. Since 1976, Hub’s Place…

‘Real World’ star shares the pain of losing a friend to cancer

By | Sep 18, 2008

Nick Brown stood in front of nearly 100 students Friday, clenching a microphone in one hand and a tissue in the other. His eyes glistened and his voice cracked as he discussed how the loss of his mentor to cancer gave him the motivation to further pursue his dreams. Speaking at the Colleges Against Cancer’s…

Brass goes abroad

By | Apr 28, 2008

Five Cents Sharp, a brass quintet made up of five Ithaca College music education majors, was formed through friendship and a love for music. This summer, with dedication and a little luck, they took their music from Ithaca to Hof, Germany. Junior trumpet player Jon Stewart is credited with bringing fellow trumpet player and senior…

Competition draws breakdancers from around state

By | Apr 17, 2008

A group of dancers move to electronic beats on the wooden floor of the dance studio in the Fitness Center. One, in a beanie, practices extending his legs toward the ceiling and supporting his body with one arm and freezing in position. Break IC, a breakdancing showcase from nine different colleges across the state, was…

Decorating Downtown

By | Apr 3, 2008

A multicolor skull hangs on the wall, watching as people sip coffee and munch bagels. Tranquil landscapes soothe anxious patients waiting to see a doctor. Geography proofs were replaced by colorful paintings to amuse library patrons at Cornell University. Unique local art has been popping up on the walls of some unexpected places around Ithaca.…

Model behavior

By | Oct 11, 2007

Students at Ithaca College may have flipped through the May 2007 issue of Details magazine without ever realizing the model with the 10-page photo spread may be the kid sitting next to them in class. When junior communication, management and design major Eddie Lemonier attended a college night during his senior year of high school,…

Class plans for Senior Week

By | May 3, 2007

From May 12 to 20, the Ithaca College Class of 2007 will spend Senior Week with their graduating class attending events such as lake cruises, wine tours and fireworks. New to this eight-year tradition is a performance by the nationally acclaimed five-man a cappella group, Rockapella. The group is best known for singing the “Where…

Comedy club completes ‘The Circle of Life’

By | Apr 5, 2007

Senior Jason Sheridan and junior Mark Hejduk have a great task ahead of them. As co-presidents of the IC Comedy Club, they are busy preparing the other actors for the annual spring comedy performance, this year titled “The Circle of Life.” They hope they can live up to high expectations created by past performances, such…

Alumnus might just be the one for ‘Grease’

By | Feb 8, 2007

Kevin Greene ’06 is one of six finalists competing on the reality series, “Grease: You’re the One That I Want,” which airs at 7 p.m. Sunday on NBC. He is vying for a starring role in the upcoming Broadway revival of the musical. Contributing Writer Danielle Paccione spoke with Greene, a native of Greece, N.Y.,…