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Public Safety Log

By | Sep 30, 2010

Selected entries from Sept. 12 to Sept. 14

Green learning

By | Sep 29, 2010

On Sept. 17, Ithaca College provided a green learning opportunity for the college community that went beyond the classroom. The college hosted the Clean Energy Summit: Re-Imagining Upstate New York’s Energy Future to examine the future of clean energy in New York state. In a crowded room in Emerson Suites, a panel and several speakers…

Networking connections

By | Sep 29, 2010

This weekend, the Ithaca College campus will be buzzing with students and alumni spanning more than 50 years. Last year, the college decided to move Alumni Weekend — typically in July — to the same weekend of homecoming. This saved the college money and also allowed current students to meet with former ones. The college…

Vacant no more

By | Sep 23, 2010

The newest hot spot at Ithaca College was nothing but vacant space a couple of months ago. But the college has successfully turned the empty floor into a well-used student space now known as tc lounge.

Measuring satisfaction

By | Sep 23, 2010

This year, Ithaca College decided to participate in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” survey to better assess employee satisfaction. When the results were released, the college was not listed as a great college to work for.

Public Safety Log

By | Sep 23, 2010

Selected entries from Sept. 9 to Sept. 11

Public Safety Log

By | Sep 16, 2010

Selected entries from Aug. 29 to Sept. 3

Homework Confusion

By | Sep 15, 2010

In high school we had syllabi. I got it the first day of class, threw it out, and went on with the year. In college, not so much. Classes and professors live by those syllabi.  We might be getting something assigned every night, but are still expected to check the syllabus and read whatever that…

Americans shy away from social involvement

By | Sep 15, 2010

In the personal realm, most Americans are thoughtful, caring and generous. We try to do our best by family and friends. At times we’ll even stop to help another driver stranded by a roadside break­down or give some spare change to a stranger. But too often, a wall separates each of us from the world…

Joining Forces

By | Sep 15, 2010

The Ithaca College community proved once again that when one of its own is in need, it steps up to help. This past summer, a car accident left pianist Joshua Oxford ’07 paralyzed from the neck down. But on Saturday, Oxford’s friends, including current students and faculty, came together to raise money and show support…

Giving blood, saving lives

By | Sep 15, 2010

Ithaca College students are being asked to roll up their sleeves and donate blood — another way to give back to the local and national community.

Women’s cross country: Bombers finish with seven in top-10

By | Sep 11, 2010

The women’s cross country team came out strong in its first race of the year, the Pat Peterson 5K held at SUNY-Oswego on Saturday. The Bombers took the top two spots overall, claiming six of the first seven finishers, in the 5-kilometer race held near Lake Ontario. Junior Heidi Baumbach finished first overall for the…