The Ithaca Alternative Gift Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
As one of many projects in the works in Ithaca, Seneca Way, a six-story apartment complex, began construction Wednesday with expectations that it will be completed by December 2013.
Ithaca Estates Realty, a local rental company, has received final approval from the Town of Ithaca Planning Board to begin construction of a community shopping complex building project near the Ithaca College Circle Apartments this fall.
Vicki Allen ’91 discusses her post-Ithaca College accomplishments and the speech she will give at the African, Latino, Asian and Native American Achievement Awards Banquet at 6 p.m. Saturday in Emerson Suites.
While working in Washington, D.C., in nightclubs and restaurants, Robert Egger realized businesses threw away food that could go to the needy. Staff Writer Hayleigh Gowans spoke to Egger about his community-focused work and passion to fund nonprofit groups.
While most seniors graduating this spring will be hunting for jobs, senior Kaitlin Kohberger plans to strap on a helmet and bike 3,970 miles cross-country as part of Bike & Build, a program that promotes awareness and raises money for Americans struggling for affordable housing.
Ithaca College’s Office of Institutional Research created the IC Survey Clearinghouse in 2009 and is trying to gain more participants in order to make the website work more effective.