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Tapping into the land

By | Mar 24, 2011

While students across campus were frantically pulling all-nighters studying for midterm exams, freshmen Madeline Rublee and Jennie Ciota were pulling an all-nighter boiling sap to make maple syrup.

Election face-off

By | Oct 28, 2010

With Election Day only five days away, the fate of candidates running for state and federal public office will soon be in the hands of voters.

Tea party movement spreads

By | Oct 7, 2010

Tea party groups have emerged across the country and are poised to make a serious impact in the upcoming midterm political elections — even in New York state and Tompkins County.

Obama speaks on student issues

By | Sep 30, 2010

In a 30-minute conference call with student journalists from across the country, President Barack Obama elaborated on his administration’s policies that directly affect the lives of college-aged individuals.

Council deliberates expansion of smoking ban

By | Sep 23, 2010

Less than two months after implementing a citywide smoking ban, the City of Ithaca Common Council is planning to expand the ban on The Commons to include the entire outdoor shopping mall.

Bus collects donations for United Way

By | Sep 16, 2010

The United Way of Tompkins County collected more than 200 donations from students Tuesday as part of its first annual Stuff the Bus event.

High hopes

By | Sep 2, 2010

A not-so-new “miracle drug” is getting increased attention from Poughkeepsie to Plattsburgh, from Brooklyn to Buffalo. Results from the 2010 Empire State Poll, an annual lifestyle survey conducted by Cornell University, showed that more than six in 10 New Yorkers support legalizing marijuana for medicinal use.

Financial services director leaves college for new position

By | Aug 26, 2010

Larry Chambers, former director of student financial services at Ithaca College, has left his position for another at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.

Police enforce smoking ban downtown

By | Aug 26, 2010

The Ithaca Police Department has already arrested one person for unlawful smoking on The Commons after citywide restrictions on public smoking went into effect earlier this month, according to the Ithaca City Clerk’s Office.

College deems green survey unobjective

By | May 6, 2010

Ithaca College has decided to opt out of this year’s ranking of “eco-enlightened schools,” by Sierra Magazine.

Top officials’ pay released

By | May 6, 2010

Ithaca College has released its Internal Revenue Service 990 form listing the compensation of its top officers for 2008.

ITS to switch campus server from Novell

By | Apr 29, 2010

Information Technology Services is putting the final touches on plans to migrate student and faculty users off the Novell network operating system onto a new system, making campus computer use more efficient.