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IC sugar babies seek wealthy benefactors

By | Apr 16, 2014

About 40 students are registered with an ithaca.edu email address on SeekingArrangement.com, a dating website that connects young men and women — “sugar babies” — with wealthy benefactors — “sugar daddies” and “sugar mommies.”

College considers new internet provider

By | Oct 24, 2013

As Ithaca College struggles with complaints of poor Wi-Fi connectivity across campus since last semester, officials said the college’s six-year contract with Apogee, its Internet provider for students in residence halls, is set to expire at the end of August 2014.

A loss of trust

By | Oct 24, 2013

It’s baffling how the trust America built up with its allies over the past 237 years could be dismantled in just a few weeks.

Default? What default?

By | Oct 9, 2013

It’s week two of the government shutdown and the country’s next crisis is fast approaching: the prospect of a debt default on Oct.

Mother and daughter discuss reproductive rights

By | Sep 26, 2013

History professor Zillah Eisenstein used this year’s 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade as a starting point for a deeper discussion on reproductive rights.

Ithaca discusses Israeli elections

By | Nov 6, 2012

Halevi’s speech, “Looking Within: Israeli Society Faces Itself,” discusses why Americans should be concerned about the Israeli elections.

Guantanamo attorney explores WikiLeaks controversy

By | Sep 30, 2012

Shayana Kadidal, senior managing attorney of the Guantanamo Global Justice Initiative, used the Julian Assange case and others to discuss where free speech crosses over into espionage in a public lecture Thursday.

Weatherman stresses environmental reporting

By | Mar 30, 2012

Sam Champion, weather anchor for ABC’s “Good Morning America,” shared his experiences with broadcast journalism and warned the campus community to pay attention to climate change in a lecture Thursday night in Ithaca College’s Emerson Suites.

IC Democrats strategize to incite political activism

By | Feb 16, 2012

As the 2012 presidential race heats up, a new campus organization, IC Democrats, is bringing awareness to the Democratic perspective and educating students on the importance of political activism.

Study links patient attitude to diabetes management

By | Dec 8, 2011

Ithaca College psychology professor Mary Turner DePalma and her colleagues Matthew Camporese ’05 and Julia Rollison ’05 have shed new light on diabetes and patients’ mentalities.

City of Ithaca tightens funds in 2012 budget

By | Oct 27, 2011

If the proposed 2012 budget for the City of Ithaca, one of the most restrictive in decades, is passed, residents will see an increase in property taxes and a decrease in some city services.

London program receives high number of appplications

By | Oct 6, 2011

The Ithaca College London Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a record number of applications.