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August 9, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Lounging with a view

By | Sep 10, 2010

Do you know what I am doing this very second? I am kicked back, listening to good vibe music, sipping a frozen hot chocolate with drizzled chocolate on the top, enjoying an exquisite view of the city of Ithaca, and thinking to myself that I think I found my new hotspot on campus. I know…

A Garden with a good vibe

By | Sep 9, 2010

Perhaps some of the greatest aspects of the wonderful Ithaca area are the gardens. We aren’t just talking about those pots on porches with a few herbs in them (though they are perfect for a rented college house), we are talking gardens of epic proportions. Take a stroll down by the Ithaca College Organic Garden…

Groups to demonstrate at EPA fracking meeting

By | Sep 9, 2010

Proponents and opponents of hydraulic fracturing will have the chance to voice their opinions when the Environmental Protection Agency discusses its upcoming study of the relationship between fracking and cleanliness of drinking water Monday and Wednesday at the Broome County Forum Theatre in Binghamton, N.Y.

Sustainability efforts reap big savings

By | Sep 2, 2010

Electrical consumption at Ithaca College has been on a steady decline over the past few years, and the college saved more than $1 million in utilities for the 2009-10 academic year, Carl Sgrecci, vice president of finance and administration, said.

A new year for New Roots

By | Sep 1, 2010

It’s September everyone! And of course that means it is back to school for a lot of people, grammar school through college. But no one is starting quite as new as the alternative charter school in Ithaca: New Roots Charter School. Located in downtown Ithaca, New Roots opened its doors just last year in the…

Oil Spill Madness

By | May 3, 2010

I am sure by now you have heard about the horrible oil spill that happened in the Gulf of Mexico and things continue to get more interesting. For those who haven’t, on APril 20 there was a massive explosion of a Deepwater Horizon oil rig off the coast of Louisiana. Not only did the rig…

Four Years. Go.

By | Apr 27, 2010

So this past weekend I helped out an IC communications alum with a mini course called Media for Social Change. The course was focused on how we as students can use the media to call for social change and encourage others to do the same. The first night kicked off with a speech from Lynne…

County given energy grants

By | Apr 22, 2010

Six municipalities within Tompkins County are set to receive more than $1.2 million in stimulus funding for clean energy projects as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Red-tailed hawks nest on campus

By | Apr 15, 2010

Employees in the Peggy Ryan Williams Center have discovered new neighbors — a pair of red-tailed hawks.