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Freshman to start global outreach group

By | Nov 17, 2009

Freshman Elizabeth Stoltz spent the last two years of her high school career planning fundraisers to send food to malnourished children in Ethiopia. Now in college, Stoltz wants to expand Food for Thought, a non-profit organization she started in high school. Food for Thought plans and participates in 5-km walks to raise money for a…

Spreading the ‘Love’

By | Nov 12, 2009

Letting people know they are important can be as simple as reaching out, saying a few kind words and writing “Love” on their arms. That’s what the organization “To Write Love on Her Arms” believes, and students at Ithaca College are quickly joining in the trend. On a national and local level, TWLOHA’s goal is…

Ithacappella rocks stage at Block 1 concert

By | Sep 29, 2009

At 7:45 p.m. Friday, the line of a cappella-hungry college students and parents stretched through Campus Center past Grand Central Café and snaked around to the Information Desk. At 7:50 p.m., two men in shirts and ties informed the eager audience that there was no more room. The Block 1 Ithacapella concert started at 8…

Students produce professional films

By | Sep 11, 2009

Disguised as a tiny classroom more than halfway down the Roy H. Park School of Communications’ corridor, Park 266 lies inconspicuous and mysterious to the unaware passersby. But to those select few who work in the office, the numerous DVDs and haphazardly organized manila folders hold a collection of artwork they call their own. Inside,…

College breaks ground on Athletic and Events Center after 12 years of planning

By | Jul 22, 2009

After twelve years of planning, a $13.5 million contribution by Ithaca College and six years of donations, the new Athletics and Events Center groundbreaking ceremony took place at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The announcement of the ceremony came after Charles Wheeler, ’56, and his wife donated an undisclosed amount before the June 15 deadline intended to…