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Public Safety investigates burglary in Clarke Hall

By | Sep 22, 2011

The Office of Public Safety is investigating a burglary that took place yesterday between 9 and 11:30 p.m. in Clarke Hall.


Health series revamps topics

By | Sep 8, 2011

Wellness Wednesdays, a series of bring-your-own-lunch health sessions, is kicking off its fourth semester with a lesson in feng shui. The wellness program was originally designed by student interns and aims to provide students with a balanced amount of health topics. Nancy Reynolds, program director for the Ithaca College health promotion center, said she is…


Founding dean leaves legacy

By | Sep 1, 2011

John Keshishoglou, founding dean of the Ithaca College School of Communications passed away last Wednesday from pancreatic cancer. He was 79. His impact and memory linger not only at the college, but also worldwide.


Nine Ithaca residents arrested in Syracuse protest

By | Apr 25, 2011

At an anti-drone, anti-war protest at Syracuse Hancock International Airport over the weekend, nine protestors from Ithaca were arrested and are set to appear in court May 3 and 4 for obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.


Residents to return after Tower flooding

By | Apr 21, 2011

Students displaced by a flood in East Tower Monday are expected to start moving back into their rooms today. All 12th floor residents were forced to evacuate after a sprinkler was damaged.


Farmer’s Market to phase out use of plastic bags

By | Apr 20, 2011

The sustainability committee of the Ithaca Farmer’s Market is proposing a three year, three-step time line to phase out the use of single-use plastic bags.


Room to Grow

By | Apr 14, 2011

As rain pours down on solar panel-covered roofs, EcoVillage at Ithaca, a small but growing sustainable development in west Ithaca, prepares to spread its roots a little farther this summer into the Ithaca community.


Local citizens clamor for final word on fracking

By | Mar 10, 2011

The dangers of horizontal hydraulic fracturing are coming to the forefront of New York state’s attention as the timer ticks down for the July 1 conclusion of the de facto Marcellus Shale moratorium.


ABC reporter to address 2011 grads

By | Feb 24, 2011

Fresh from covering revolts in Cairo, award-winning ABC News anchor and correspondent David Muir ’95 will deliver this year’s commencement address May 22.


Tony Kushner cancels visit

By | Feb 21, 2011

Tony Kushner’s anticipated interview scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today in Ford Hall has been canceled.


New season brings H1N1 to IC campus

By | Feb 10, 2011

Though last year’s hysteria of the H1N1 virus or “swine flu” is long over, the flu is spreading across campus again — including the H1N1 strain.


Rochon to stop workplace survey despite confusion

By | Jan 27, 2011

President Tom Rochon announced the results of The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” survey at the All College Meeting last Thursday, saying this was Ithaca College’s first time participating in the survey — and possibly the last.