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New team to plead case in mock trial competition

By | Feb 2, 2012

A group of Ithaca College students will be making its case this weekend before a panel of legal judges — in mock court. The Ithaca College Mock Trial Team, made up of 16 students, was founded in September for people interested in legal studies. The group will spend Saturday and Sunday in Rochester, N.Y. The…

Good for business

By | Jan 26, 2012

When she was a student at Ithaca College, Liz Brenna ’07 received a coupon for a free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. The small piece of paper changed her career. After listening to a speech from Ithaca resident Jeff Furman, a member of the Ben & Jerry’s board of directors, about his work with corporate…

Monk flees Tibet to find peace

By | Jan 26, 2012

At 14 years old, Tenzin Choesang said what would be his last words to his parents for more than a decade and set foot on a three-month trek from Tibet to Nepal.

Lessons from the West Bank

By | Dec 15, 2011

As then-junior Sara Fitouri stood in front of a class of Palestinian girls, a sudden explosion shook the windows and made her ears rattle. The students continued their work. For them, it was normal.

Student vote lacks impact in election

By | Dec 1, 2011

As the final absentee ballots for the 2011 Ithaca mayoral race are being tallied, new poll data shows that students in Ithaca haven’t jumped on the bandwagon of local politics.

Band calls for women’s rights

By | Nov 16, 2011

While most musicians who ask their fans for loose change are looking for a quick way to earn cash, alternative rock band State Radio uses the coins they collect in Ithaca to empower women in impoverished nations.

Mayoral race reaches home stretch

By | Nov 3, 2011

After months of campaigning to become the next mayor of the City of Ithaca, the candidates’ futures will soon be in the hands of the community.

Filmmaker offers new take on Middle Eastern conflict

By | Oct 11, 2011

Yun Suh is the director, writer and producer of “City of Borders,” a documentary set in the only gay bar in Jerusalem. The film chronicles the daily lives of the bar’s owner and four of its Palestinian and Israeli patrons as they struggle with personal and national identity.

An agent for change

By | Oct 5, 2011

Though Fred Wilcox, associate professor of writing, was too old to be drafted into the Vietnam War and didn’t set foot on Vietnamese soil until long after the dueling nations ceased fire, memories of the war’s victims drive his career.

Fourth ‘Spy Kids’ packs weak punch

By | Aug 31, 2011

Jessica Alba comes a long way from her past roles as a beach hottie as the cardigan-wearing mother to the newest installment of “Spy Kids.”

Retro Revival

By | Aug 31, 2011

Leaving behind the comforts of their teen years and stepping into new responsibility, today’s 20-somethings are becoming increasingly nostalgic for a time with less stress and more slime.

Final assignment

By | May 4, 2011

Take note of five things seniors should not pass up