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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 26, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Public Safety opens dialogue with students

By | May 2, 2013

The Office of Public Safety held a forum with students to discuss issues related to public safety on campus.

Guest Commentary: Editor reflects on importance of critical eye in media

By | May 1, 2013

A couple weeks ago, my not-so-trusty Oldsmobile was towed.

Guest Commentary: Editor reflects on importance of critical eye in media

By | May 1, 2013

A couple weeks ago, my not-so-trusty Oldsmobile was towed. I really don’t want the thing back. My orchid is dying from neglect on my windowsill, and I’ve barely sent out any resumes. I’m not sure what I’m doing next week, and I’m certainly unsure what I’m doing with the rest of my life. If you had…

Rochon received 12.2 percent raise in 2011

By | Apr 18, 2013

President Tom Rochon received a 12.2 percent increase in salary in 2011, according to the latest Internal Revenue Service 990 form released by Ithaca College.

Cornell student arrested and charged with rape in first degree

By | Apr 2, 2013

The Ithaca Police Department along with Cornell University Police have arrested Peter Mesko, 22, and charged him with rape in the first degree, according to an IPD press release.

Locals protest gas storage facility

By | Mar 21, 2013

A dozen people, including two from Ithaca College, were arrested Monday morning after blockading a natural gas storage and transportation facility on Seneca Lake.

College begins president assessment

By | Mar 6, 2013

Ithaca College has launched a “Comprehensive Presidential Assessment,” which will review the performance of President Tom Rochon.

College tuition continues to increase

By | Feb 21, 2013

Ithaca College has announced that tuition next academic year will be $38,400, which is an increase from last year of $1,400.

Ithaca College physical therapy students rally for Rochester Center

By | Feb 7, 2013

Physical therapy students drove from Rochester, N.Y., to Ithaca on Wednesday to voice their opposition to a recommendation by Huron Consulting Group to eliminate the Rochester Center, which many say is an integral part of the program.

Gardens 4 Humanity promotes food justice in local community

By | Jan 31, 2013

Fresh food is not always the cheapest option, which turns many to the dollar menu. However, some locals are working to break the barriers to healthy food.

Rochon salary aligns with US median

By | Dec 6, 2012

President Tom Rochon remains the highest paid employee at Ithaca College.

Ithaca History Center opens exhibit about 1900’s Spanish flu epidemic

By | Oct 11, 2012

Typically, the seasonal flu is most likely to affect children and the elderly who have weaker immune systems. This was not the case for the more recent H1N1 flu, which affected people in the “healthy adult” age bracket, most between the ages of 18 and 64. The Spanish flu was a similar story.