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Selling short

By | Dec 15, 2011

Finals week: the exams, the essays … the pills. Students have been using Adderall for years, but now it’s returning to the forefront of attention as the nation sees a shortage.

Environmental gift swap spreads holiday cheer

By | Dec 1, 2010

With the holidays fast approaching, it is easy to get swept up in the consumerism of the season. However, the Ithaca College Environmental Society will be offering an interesting alternative to the shopping of the season Tuesday in Emerson Suites.

Professor writes realism into course

By | Sep 29, 2010

David Kramer, assistant professor of English, never thought he would make a career out of teaching.

Poet to speak about gay rights

By | Oct 7, 2009

Michelle Courtney Berry, an award-winning poet laureate and politician, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Textor Hall 101 about National Coming Out Day. Contributing Writer Nicole Black spoke with Berry Friday about gay rights and her upcoming presentation to the college. Nicole Black: Do you feel that being a writer and a performer helps…

Managing the big bands

By | Sep 25, 2009

Everyone dreams about being able to turn passions and hobbies into careers, but many feel that the stuff of fairy-tales cannot happen in real life. However, for junior Ben Silverberg, his dream is already a reality. Silverberg developed a love of music at a young age. In middle school, he played the saxophone, and by…