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Concert benefits local refugees

By | Sep 25, 2010

The oppressive heat didn’t stop a crowd from dancing at “Rock for ROC,” a benefit concert for local refugees at 9 p.m. yesterday at The Nines. The Refugee Outreach Club (ROC) was founded by Cornell University seniors Nicole Antonuccio, Hannah McDermott, Maricela Perryman and Molly Warren at the university. After volunteering with a group that…

Store finds new use for old home goods

By | Sep 22, 2010

When looking for a lamp for the dorm room or a table for the kitchen, most buyers tend to avoid old, cluttered antique shops and head straight for plastic, manufactured items from a large store.

Peace pole disappears from chapel

By | Sep 16, 2010

As remembrance services for the ninth anniversary of Sept. 11 proceeded this year, one thing was missing on Ithaca College’s campus. The peace pole near the Muller Chapel pond was reported missing to the Office of Public Safety at 3 p.m. Monday.

Jewish community recognizes Rosh Hashanah with services

By | Sep 9, 2010

While they may not have the opportunity to celebrate Rosh Hashanah with their friends and family from home, students have found their own family of worship with the Hillel community on campus today.

Junior creates record label and manages bands

By | Apr 15, 2010

Junior audio production major Peter Motzenbecker has created a small, independent label ready to grow, combining his love for music and the environment into Forestry Records.

Earth-friendly alum band rides back into Castaways

By | Mar 25, 2010

As true eco-friendly Ithacans, Revision, a funk rock band made up of Ithaca College alums, travels in style. With over 100,000 miles and counting, the band has toured the country in a diesel van strictly running on vegetable oil. Saturday Revision will return to their home venue to play at Castaways. The college alumni look…

Earth-friendly alum band rides back into Castaways

By | Mar 25, 2010

As true eco-friendly Ithacans, Revision, a funk rock band made up of Ithaca College alums, travels in style. With over 100,000 miles and counting, the band has toured the country in a diesel van strictly running on vegetable oil.

Freshman finalizes novel to be published next fall

By | Nov 5, 2009

For freshman Kody Keplinger, English classes were unbearable. Being legally blind made it difficult to read and even harder to imagine herself as a published author. But at 17, Keplinger wrote her first novel and is in the final stages of getting it published while in her first semester of college. Keplinger, a writing major,…