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Rape reported last night on University Avenue

By | Sep 2, 2012

Cornell University Police are investigating a reported rape at 3:45 a.m. Sunday on the stairs leading to the south end of the suspension bridge from the 800 block of University Avenue.

Power returns after widespread outage

By | Apr 19, 2012

Power returned across campus around 4:50 p.m. after going out across campus a little after 4 p.m. The outage occurred about four miles away on Coddington Road and also affected areas across town, Master Security Officer Amy Chilson said. According to New York State Electric and Gas, 1,927 customers were affected by the outage. The…

Castaways to close in May

By | Mar 29, 2012

Castaways, a popular local waterfront bar in Ithaca, announced on Facebook yesterday that it will close its doors May 1.

Asian-American minor secures provost backing

By | Mar 29, 2012

After years of pushing for more Asian-American influence in Ithaca College’s curriculum, students have won the approval for an Asian-American Studies minor from Marisa Kelly, provost and vice president of academic affairs. Though the Asian-American Studies minor was approved Monday by Kelly, it still has many more steps it must go through before it can…

Dean named new president of Carthage

By | Mar 8, 2012

Greg Woodward, dean of the Ithaca College School of Music and longtime faculty member of the college, will become Carthage College’s new president this summer, the college announced Tuesday.

Music dean named president of Carthage College

By | Mar 6, 2012

Greg Woodward, dean of the music school, will become Carthage College’s new president this summer, Ithaca College announced today.

Patent mending

By | Mar 1, 2012

Every day, new products hit the market, from the life-saving to the mundane. But for a nation that prides itself on innovation, the U.S. patent system was not aligned with the rest of the world until the process was recently reformed to help inventors better protect their intellectual property.

Top of the class

By | Feb 2, 2012

For the first three months of his career, Cornell Woodson ’09 on cried his way home from work. He left Ithaca College thinking he’d be able to make a difference, but the inner-city students he hoped to inspire barely let him speak.

Young and old unite through jazz at Harvest Moon Dance

By | Oct 29, 2011

Young and old from the Ithaca community mingled, “jitterbugged” and “Lindy Hopped” for the 20th annual Harvest Moon Dance in Emerson Suites on Friday night.

A fiery feat

By | Oct 13, 2011

I’m too afraid to jump off even the smallest ledge of the gorges, so I never thought I would spend a Saturday night walking on a hot bed of coals, surrounded by chanting and drumming.

Students to occupy IC

By | Oct 13, 2011

Today, students at Ithaca College are joining the efforts of thousands nationwide with their own Occupy Ithaca College protest.

Invasive plant found in Cayuga Inlet

By | Sep 22, 2011

A highly invasive aquatic species, known as Hydrilla verticillata, has made its way into the Cayuga Inlet, posing a potential threat to Cayuga Lake if untreated.