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September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Students impacted by minimum wage increase

By | Jan 22, 2014

Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the State Department of Labor announced that New York state’s minimum wage would increase from $7.25 to $8 an hour.

City named certified living-wage employer

By | Dec 4, 2013

After deciding to become a living-wage employer, the City of Ithaca has received official certification from the Tompkins County Workers Center.

Active Minds thinks of the holidays

By | Nov 11, 2013

Active Minds sponsored a Thanksgiving-themed scavenger hunt on Saturday morning. The event was a twist on an easter egg hunt.

Representatives display departments at Majors and Minors Fair

By | Nov 7, 2013

The Majors and Minors Fair was held 4 p.m. Nov. 6 in Emerson Suites.

Community members impact climate change locally

By | Nov 5, 2013

Guillermo Metz, the green building and renewable energy program coordinator of the Cornell Cooperative Extension, spoke Monday in a presentation called “Addressing Global Climate Change through Local Action.”

Mayor names first city chief of staff

By | Oct 30, 2013

Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick chose Kevin Sutherland to serve as the city’s first chief of staff.

Ethiopian Human Rights Activists Visit Cornell

By | Oct 28, 2013

Cornell University Law School hosted two Ethiopian human rights activists who engaged in a dialogue about the human rights experiences of Ethiopian women and children with disabilities.

Ethiopian Human Rights Activists Visit Cornell

By | Oct 28, 2013

Cornell University Law School hosted two Ethiopian human rights activists who engaged in a dialogue about the human rights experiences of Ethiopian women and children with disabilities.

‘Last Comic Standing’ semi-finalist performs at Ithaca College

By | Oct 3, 2013

Comedian Tracey Ashley performed 8 p.m. Monday in IC Square and joked about topics like Oprah Winfrey, football and the government

First female Public Safety officer to retire

By | Sep 25, 2013

Laura Durling, the Office of Public Safety’s first female patrol officer, is retiring after 36 years of service.

Public Safety is investigating a burglary in Clarke Hall

By | Sep 25, 2013

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report of a burglary at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning in Clarke Hall.

Professor speaks about sabbatical spent in Nicaragua

By | Sep 24, 2013

Michael Smith, associate professor of history, gave a presentation on “Building Community Through ‘EduTourism’ in Nicaragua,” yesterday afternoon.