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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

June 3, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Privacy trumps knowledge

By | Sep 9, 2010

Last week, The Ithacan reported seven football players were suspended from the first game of the season because of a violation of team and athletic department rules. In the same issue, The Ithacan also reported that four students were judicially referred for a college code violation of hazing. Ithaca College refused to release any additional…

Green machine

By | Sep 9, 2010

Going green pays off. For the 2009-10 academic year, Ithaca College saved $1.6 million in its utilities budget because of a decline in electrical consumption. Carl Sgrecci, vice president of finance and administration, said electrical consumption has declined because of energy conservation measures across campus. Examples include installing energy-efficient lighting fixtures and upgrading heating and…

Rugby

By | Sep 9, 2010

Strictly stereotypically speaking, rugby is for girls tougher than my five-foot-three-inch self. But in reality, players are all different sizes. At least I like to think so. I’ve only ever once seen it played, and it may or may not have only been for about 30 seconds. Minor details. I have wanted to do rugby,…

Party in the USA

By | Sep 8, 2010

Sometimes I like staying in on a weekend night, because I can get a lot of work done. But then I go out and remember how much better it is. Lesson Three: Go out on the weekends, that’s why they’re there. Example: Labor Day weekend. With some of my favorite alumni in town, I headed…

Public Safety Log Aug. 24 to 31

By | Sep 8, 2010

August 24 MVA/PROPERTY DAMAGE LOCATION: Substation Road SUMMARY: Officer reported a one-vehicle MVA. Report taken. Master Patrol Officer Donald Lyke. DISORDERLY CONDUCT LOCATION: L-Lot SUMMARY: Officer reported a person breaking bottles. One person judicially referred. Master Patrol Officer Dirk Hightchew. MEDICAL ASSIST/INJURY RELATED LOCATION: East Tower SUMMARY: Caller reported a person fell from a bunk…

Where did the vacation part of summer go?

By | Sep 3, 2010

I think summer stopped being a break when school was no longer free. Entering college, I had all these plans to have fun and be carefree. I quickly learned that my dear parents couldn’t “pay this month’s loans just this one time,” for me forever. No college is cheap. So, like most people, I got…

Syllabus Week

By | Sep 3, 2010

It was the Thursday of Syllabus Week, and like most college students, all my roommates were out. I was sitting on the floor of my room doing work and debating making a bowl of grits. Checking my e-mail, I came across one that started out saying, “Stop worrying so much and go out and join…

Learning links

By | Sep 2, 2010

The Ithaca College Integrative Curriculum (IC2)will be linking students and curriculums across campus this year, acting as the initiative it was intended to be when it was first announced.

Working out a new vision

By | Sep 2, 2010

Before Ithaca College’s newest vision, “IC2020” is finalized, President Tom Rochon’s administration must be on the same page regarding task forces for the college’s future.

Public Safety Log – Aug. 10 to 23

By | Sep 2, 2010

AUGUST 10 SAFETY HAZARD LOCATION: College Circle Apartments SUMMARY: Caller reported gasoline can found inside a residence. Officer reported items belong to facilities and will be stored for pick up. Fire Protection Specialist Enoch Perkins. AUGUST 11 OFF-CAMPUS INCIDENT LOCATION: All Other SUMMARY: Caller reported receiving a disturbing message on the Internet. Investigation pending. Master…

Man of Many Pictures

By | Sep 2, 2010

Mitchel Murdock, a junior Cinema and Photography major at Ithaca College takes the Ithacan through his unique photo project in which he takes a picture of one different person every single day.

Welcome Back BBQ

By | Sep 1, 2010

The annual Hillel Welcome Back BBQ took place this past weekend. The event took place to help raise awareness and interest in the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life at Ithaca College.