Residents of Ithaca take to Twitter as Hurricane Sandy approaches upstate New York.
New York Times environment reporter and blogger Andrew Revkin gave a public lecture on climate change and natural gas extraction, which ignited questions and comments from the audience.
Eco-friendly paddleboarder Cody White is setting sail on a 100-mile trek across Cayuga and Seneca Lakes to raise awareness for the Ithaca Land Trust and Cayuga Lake Watershed Network.
Ithaca College’s Society of Professional Journalists chapter was named the national Campus Chapter of the Year on Thursday. The Society of Professional Journalists is a national organization that is dedicated to First Amendment protections, high ethical standards, objectivity and diversity in journalism. Mead Loop, associate professor of journalism and also the chapter’s adviser, said the…
Members of the Ithaca College community joined an estimated 1,500 protesters Monday in Albany to urge Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ban natural gas drilling, also known as fracking, in New York.
Twenty minutes outside Ithaca, there is a dirt road that no GPS can find. Down that dirt road is a little farm where two Ithaca College alumni can be found munching on bok choy while their dog Lena runs across rows of leafy greens.
In the third part of a series on IC 20/20, The Ithacan takes a look at the graduate and honors programs highlighted in the 10-year strategic plan. While some aspects of Ithaca College’s Integrative Core Curriculum have been approved by the Academic Policy Committee, graduate and Honors Programs initiatives are still in the developing stages.…
A comprehensive health study of hydraulic fracturing will be included in the New York State Assembly’s 2012-2013 budget, according to a press release from Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton. The Assembly has allocated $100,000 for the study in relation to high-volume hydraulic fracturing.