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Professor talks about experience with superstorm Sandy

By | Nov 11, 2012

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Rachel Wagner, associate professor of philosophy and religion at Ithaca College, published an essay discussing the loss of media access during superstorm Sandy.

Commons construction project has potential to create jobs

By | Nov 8, 2012

The project, headed by L Enterprises, LLC in Horseheads, N.Y., will renovate a block on The Commons known as “Harold’s Square.” The project is currently under site review by the Planning and Development Board.

City to pay $2 million in discrimination case

By | Oct 22, 2012

A federal jury rejected former Ithaca police officer Chris Miller’s racial discrimination claims in a verdict Thursday but held the city liable for $2 million for alleged retaliation.

IPD reports unattended death in “the Jungle”

By | Oct 17, 2012

The Ithaca Police Department reported the unattended death of a homeless resident Monday morning.

Sexual assault reported off campus

By | Oct 14, 2012

Ithaca College Office of Public Safety and the Ithaca Police Department are investigating a reported physical and sexual assault off campus.

Police arrest suspect in officer shooting

By | Oct 12, 2012

The Ithaca Police Department has arrested a man who shot a police officer around 11 p.m. Thursday near the West Village apartment complex on West Hill.

Proposed 2013 city budget to merge offices

By | Oct 11, 2012

Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick has released a 2013 city budget proposal last Tuesday outlining his plans to address the deficit Ithaca will face next year.

Historian speaks on Argentinian dictatorship

By | Sep 26, 2012

David Sheinin, a professor at Trent University, shared his research on alternatives to the Argentinian government’s historical narrative of the country’s military and indigenous populations in a lecture Monday night.

Public Safety reports suspicious fire in Tallcott Hall  

By | Sep 22, 2012

The Office of Public Safety reported a suspicious fire that occurred around 3:15 a.m. Saturday in Tallcott Hall.

Public Safety increases coverage on campus

By | Sep 20, 2012

The Office of Public Safety is covering more of the college campus after an increase in bike-riding officers and daytime hours for campus security.

Incumbent for state Senate seat ahead in unofficial primary results

By | Sep 14, 2012

Incumbent Sen. James Seward has beaten competing candidate James Blake in the Republican primary for New York state senator of the 51st district.

Marriott proposed for South Aurora

By | Sep 13, 2012

The new location for the 159-room Marriott hotel is awaiting approval this month.