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Update: Commons reopen after police secure suspicious package

By | Oct 11, 2012

The Ithaca Commons were evacuated Thursday afternoon after a suspicious package was discovered outside of the Bank of America building.


Medical emergency brings responders to Park

By | Oct 5, 2012

Emergency responders were called to the Roy H. Park School of Communications at about 11:30 a.m. after a student suffered a medical problem.


College and city briefs

By | Oct 5, 2012

Take a look at a few short news summaries from the Ithaca community.


College and city briefs

By | Sep 21, 2012

Take a look at a few short news summaries from the Ithaca community.


Ithaca’s weekly news in brief

By | Sep 14, 2012

Take a look at a few short news summaries from the Ithaca community.


Hill Center evacuated due to natural gas leak

By | Aug 31, 2012

The Hill Center re-opened at 12:15 p.m. after being closed due to a broken belt in the building’s ventilation system. Classes will resume at 1 p.m.


Cornell senior charged for armed burglary

By | Apr 1, 2012

A Cornell University senior is facing charges from the Ithaca Police Department for an alleged armed break-in Wednesday. Cornell University senior Warner Phipps, who is also a member of the Cornell Wrestling Team, was charged with burglary in the 2nd degree, menacing in the 2nd degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th…


College receives record number of applications

By | Mar 6, 2012

Ithaca College has received a record number of undergraduate applications for the fall of 2012.


Center honors indy journalists with Izzy Award

By | Mar 1, 2012

The Park Center for Independent Media announced yesterday that Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous, and the Center for Media and Democracy will be the recipients of the fourth annual Izzy Award. Named in honor of the late I.F. “Izzy” Stone, a legendary American investigative journalist, the award is given to celebrate achievement in independent…


Dryden fracking ban upheld by zoning lawsuit decision

By | Feb 23, 2012

A state judge ruled Tuesday that the Town of Dryden was within its rights to ban hydraulic fracturing, a decision that stopped a lawsuit filed by a Denver-based oil and natural gas company against the town’s ban. In August, the Dryden Zoning Ordinance was amended to ban all activities relating to the exploration, production or…


IC Mock Trial beats odds at regionals

By | Feb 16, 2012

Over the weekend, Ithaca College’s Mock Trial team faced its first competition and took everyone — even themselves — by surprise when they qualified for nationals in Hamilton, Ohio, next month.


HSHP dean search under way

By | Feb 9, 2012

Ithaca College is in the process of finding a new Health Sciences and Human Performances dean. Two candidates have already given presentations, one more presents today and the final candidate will speak Monday.