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‘One Tree Hill’: Story ends with applause

By | Apr 11, 2012

When “One Tree Hill” premiered, Myspace was one month old, Pluto was still a planet and iPhones weren’t in existence. Since then, the series has discovered artists such as Tyler Hilton, Wakey!Wakey! and Kate Voegele. After nine years, we finally say goodbye to the television phenomenon that was OTH.

L’Arrivée de Lumière

By | Feb 1, 2012

As a child growing up in Italy, Catherine Galasso spent hours at live rehearsals listening to her father’s music and taking in the aesthetics of European theater. This February, she will put on her own live performance, inspired by and showcasing her father’s music and two of film’s most prominent figures.

College reports most diverse freshman class in IC history

By | Oct 6, 2011

This year, Ithaca College is witnessing the most freshman class diversity in its history, with a larger number of African, Latino, Asian and Native American students.

Debt ceiling deal hits grad loans

By | Sep 8, 2011

The federal government has eliminated loan subsidies for graduate students as part of the summer debt ceiling bill, leaving students with more financial worries about graduate school.

Alumni traverse globe in charity road rally

By | Aug 31, 2011

Three friends from upstate New York, 19 different countries, 10,000 miles of travel and only one rule: roll up to the starting line in a car with an engine no larger than a liter.

Small breweries get tax cut

By | Apr 28, 2011

Local microbreweries may get a leg up with a new act making its way through the Senate.

Housing selection concerns students

By | Mar 3, 2011

Many Ithaca College students have been left scrambling to find alternative housing after their applications for Circle and Garden apartments were turned down by the Office of Residential Life.

Time to take action

By | Jan 27, 2011

As civil rights activist Dorothy Cotton stood on stage singing a song she once sang with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., she raised her hands and more than 150 audience members joined in, filling Emerson Suites with a somber, humbling harmony.

Physicist looks to stars

By | Apr 29, 2010

Luke Keller, associate professor of physics, has been awarded four nights at the Very Large Telescope in Chile this June. The telescope is operated by the European Southern Observatory at the Paranal Observatory on Cerro Paranal, a 2,635-meter high mountain in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile.

Events honor Earth Day’s anniversary

By | Apr 22, 2010

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day today, Ithaca College students have been celebrating through weeklong events including speakers and a new opportunity to study social change.

Former professor creates new plant production technology

By | Mar 29, 2010

As the price of diesel, land and water increases, agriculturists like Ed Hardwood are looking to technological advances in hydroponics to provide a way to stimulate business. Hardwood, former associate director of the Cornell Cooperative Extension program and founder of Aerofarms, an aeroponic technology manufacturing company, focused on researching and developing the cutting edge of…

Team studies trust issues

By | Mar 26, 2010

Leigh Ann Vaughn, associate professor of psychology, Audrey Harkness ’08 and Emily Clark ’08 recently released an article titled “The effect of incidental experiences of regulatory fit on trust.” Vaughn’s student research team also presented their research on psychology March 5 and 6 at the Eastern Psychological Association convention in New York City.