The national weather service is investigating evidence that the storm over Ithaca early this Thursday morning was a tornado.
When his University of Rochester opponent hit a backhand long on match point, senior Josh Rifkin shook hands with his defeated opponent as he had 146 times before. Unbeknownst to him, he had just become the Ithaca College men’s tennis all-time wins leader.
The Ithaca Bombers Gymnastics team posted their second highest score of the season, competing against Division I opponents Towson University and host Cornell University on Saturday.
The gymnastics team recorded their lowest score of the season, 177.925, falling to Division I opponents Yale University and Rugters University on Sunday in New Haven, Conn. Junior Jessica Bolduc placed fourth in the all-round with a score of 37.15 and was the Bombers’ top performer in three of the four events: vault, floor exercise,…
The men’s and women’s crews and members of Ithaca College’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity are finishing fund-raising for the sixth annual Row for Community charity event in Campus Center on Feb. 4.
Delivering a critique of modern footwear and defense of a barefoot, or nearly barefoot lifestyle, Nick Quarrier, clinical associate professor, spoke to a crowd of more than 85 as part of the National Physical Therapy Month speaker series.
Barney Beins, professor and chair of the psychology department, was awarded the Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology award in August by the American Psychological Association. Beins has taught at Ithaca College since 1986 and has been chair of the psychology department since 2003.
Highlighting Moosewood Restaurant, the Ithaca Farmers Market and Purity Ice Cream in its October issue, Bon Appétit magazine named Ithaca one of “America’s Foodiest Towns.”
According to an Ithacan tally, about 1,000 freshmen, like Crawford, gathered in Ben Light Gymnasium on Tuesday to participate in a class-wide discussion of Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden.” Last semester, the classic memoir was chosen as the First Year Reading Initiative for the class of 2014.
With Information Technology Services in its new location in Job Hall, construction is nearing completion for the Office of Career Services to move into the space vacated by ITS in Muller Center.