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Hot or Not

By | Nov 3, 2010

Assistant Accent Editor Kelsey Fowler addresses this fall’s celebrity wedding gowns from the simple to ornate. Hot Alexa Vega in Ian Stewart This “Spy Kid” is all grown up, donning a bodiced ivory dress for her wedding. The strapless lace-up bodice top closes with ribbon in the lower back, while the front has vertical, detailed…

Number 968

By | Nov 3, 2010

The number of hours photographer Tyler Shields went without sleep. He met his goal to remain awake for 40 continuous days, overcoming fevers, headaches, eye pain and the loss of feeling in his legs. Guinness World Records officials say they won’t recognize his attempt, though, because it’s too difficult to prove and so dangerous to…

Weird but true

By | Nov 3, 2010

Riding the bus to school pales in comparison to Daniel Depaolis’s ride for spirit week. Depaolis, a senior at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School in Hamilton, Mass., dressed up as a knight ­and rode his horse to school. However, having a horse is not allowed on school grounds, and Depaolis was suspended for two days. Depaolis’s…

Rochon discusses IC20/20 vision with students

By | Oct 21, 2010

President Tom Rochon and Interim Provost Greg Woodward spoke with students in a facilitated discussion about IC20/20, the college’s 10-year strategic plan, Oct. 7 in Emerson Suites.

Students discuss 10-year plan

By | Oct 9, 2010

President Tom Rochon and Interim Provost Greg Woodward spoke with students in a facilitated discussion about IC20/20, the college’s 10-year strategic plan Thursday in Emerson Suites.

Federal funding for stem cell research restored

By | Sep 30, 2010

University researchers still face an uncertain future as the debate over human embryotic stem cell research funding continues. The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia permanently suspended an Aug. 23 injunction Tuesday that had brought federal funding for the research to a halt. Researchers had been able to resume work with…

Café offers alternative for late-night munchies

By | Sep 15, 2010

Take one part student lounge, one part high-end café, add a dash of dessert, late night hours and the best view in Ithaca to create the successful recipe of tc lounge — the newest late-night hotspot on the Ithaca College campus.

Ithaca ranked best college town

By | Sep 10, 2010

Ithaca, N.Y. was named the No. 1 college town in the nation in the 2010-2011 College Destination Index, released by the American Institute for Economic Research on Wednesday.

What Men Want

By | Sep 9, 2010

Four and a half months ago, when sophomore Joe Killeen asked sophomore Rebecca Wilson to be his girlfriend, the first thing she did was call her close friends and family to let them know about her new relationship. Killeen, on the other hand, had a different reaction. “Four hours later, I hadn’t made a phone…

Alumna reconnects with past in new position

By | Sep 8, 2010

Cara Rosenberg Nichols ’03 still remembers what she wrote about in her application essay to Ithaca College. Nichols described her experiences bailing hay on her family’s farm in Ithaca. Now, she reads hundreds of stories from students applying to the college just as she did.

Tao masters sweet ballads

By | May 6, 2010

With a mix of up-tempo energy and down-to-earth R&B rock, senior Nate Tao’s solo EP “Lost in the Music” showcases the talented vocalist’s range in musical styles.

Students to show one-acts at festival

By | Apr 29, 2010

Leafing through the program for IC Players’ new show, the playwrights’ names might seem familiar. It’s not because of their fame or past works, but rather it’s because all six one-acts were written by students.