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City to close Bridge Street for completion of gas work

By | Oct 12, 2011

Beginning tomorrow, Bridge Street will be closed to all traffic, except for local residents, for gas line work through mid-November, according to a release issued by the Department of Public Works on Wednesday night.

Public Safety investigates Rowland Hall burglary

By | Oct 7, 2011

The Office of Public Safety is investigating a report that someone stole two laptop computers from an occupied but unsecured Rowland Hall dorm room this afternoon.

Mayor declares environmental emergency over hydrilla

By | Oct 5, 2011

Ithaca Mayor Carolyn Peterson has declared an environmental emergency today in the City of Ithaca, asking Tompkins County Sheriff Ken Lansing to close the Cayuga Inlet until further notice due to the presence of hydrilla.

Sound entrepreneur shares business advice

By | Apr 29, 2011

Alex White, co-founder and CEO of Next Big Sound, a website that tracks how people interact with music across social networking sites, chronicled his path to success as part of the School of Business’ Visiting Entrepreneurs Series today in Textor 103. Students constituted most of the audience of about 50 spectators, but some faculty, staff…

Alumni seek results from mascot poll

By | Apr 28, 2011

Several alumni are voicing concerns that their opinions will not be accounted for in what some call a “closed-door” selection process for the next Ithaca College mascot.

Then there were three

By | Apr 7, 2011

The secret is finally out. This week, the Ithaca College Mascot Selection Task Force announced the three finalists in the college’s search for the next Bomber. The finalists include a phoenix, flying squirrel and lake beast. The college announced a search for a new mascot on Nov. 19 to correspond with its branding initiative. Between…

College announces second mascot finalist

By | Apr 5, 2011

The Ithaca College Mascot Selection Task Force announced the flying squirrel as the second of three finalists today in the college’s search for the next Bomber.

College announces first mascot finalist

By | Apr 5, 2011

In its search for the next Bomber mascot, the Ithaca College Mascot Selection Task Force announced the phoenix as the first of three finalists today.

Off the map

By | Mar 24, 2011

Senior Molly Wernick anticipates a career in the nonprofit sector, so she applied to Ithaca College’s Washington Semester Program, knowing the nation’s capital is also the capital of national nonprofits. After being awarded a communications and membership internship at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, Wernick was ready to spend a semester in Washington, D.C.

Campus remembers Victoria Cheng

By | Mar 3, 2011

Since Victoria Cheng’s sudden passing on Saturday, the Ithaca College community has joined in remembrance of the freshman. Cheng, a biology major, was from Spencer, N.Y., and was a 2010 graduate of Ithaca High School. Her father, Joseph Cheng, is an associate professor of finance and international business at the college, and her brother, Joshua…

Pennsylvania Avenue residents recount scene after freshman’s death

By | Mar 2, 2011

Freshman Victoria Cheng was found dead outside an off-campus residence early Saturday afternoon.

U.S. Census Bureau director visits Cornell

By | Feb 19, 2011

Robert Groves, director of the U.S. Census Bureau, delivered an hour-long presentation explaining the ins and outs of the decennial Census, the nation’s leading source of demographic data, yesterday at Cornell University. Sponsored by Cornell’s Survey Research Institute, a research provider for students, faculty, government agencies and other organizations, more than 100 Cornell and local…