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July 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Study shows chains thrive in Ithaca despite recession

By | Feb 3, 2011

Ithaca is regularly recognized for restaurants like Moosewood and its thriving farmer’s market, but it is rarely considered a fast food mecca.

ITS to drop Blackboard service

By | Dec 9, 2010

Ithaca College’s Information Technology Services is laying the groundwork for a planned switch from Blackboard, the college’s current courseware learning system, to Sakai, a competing system, because of an expected cost increase and complaints about Blackboard’s level of customer service.

Lack of data leads to drop in green rank

By | Dec 2, 2010

Ithaca College dropped from the grade of A to B in the 2011 green report card’s food and recycling category after being unable to provide statistics on local and sustainable food.

Alum takes job as assistant to dean

By | Nov 18, 2010

Andrew Orgel ’74 has helped launch TV stations including Nickelodeon, MTV and A&E. He’s founded and cofounded a number of media companies such as 1Degree Media and Interactive Enterprises and has been labeled by Success Magazine as the man who “made TV interactive.”

Celebration to honor local veterans

By | Nov 11, 2010

Capt. Daniel L. Weed, a commanding officer of the U.S. navy and professor of naval science for the Naval ROTC program at Cornell University, said his years of military service have been some of the most important in his life.

College to add community modules to courses

By | Oct 21, 2010

Starting next semester, courses will be offered at Ithaca College that introduce basic community involvement as part of the curriculum in a broader experiment with community engagement modules.

College e-book sales lag behind average

By | Sep 30, 2010

E-book sales at Ithaca College have remained at 5 percent since their introduction to the college campus two years ago, Rod Beers, textbook operations manager of the college’s bookstore, said.

Rally held on Commons for unemployed

By | Sep 17, 2010

A rally declaring a national “jobs emergency” was held at the Bernie Milton Pavilion on the Commons Wednesday, calling for living wages and fair employment in response to the high joblessness across the country.