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Public Safety Log – July 24 to Aug. 8

By | Aug 26, 2010

JULY 24 MEDICAL ASSISTANCE LOCATION: Terraces SUMMARY: Caller reported injuring a shoulder while lifting an object. Person transported to CMC by ambulance. Patrol Officer Chris Teribury. JULY 25 CRIMINAL TAMPERING LOCATION: Terraces SUMMARY: Officer reported an unknown person maliciously discharged a fire extinguisher. Pending investigation. Master Patrol Officer Erik Merlin. ASSIST/OTHER AGENCY LOCATION: Office of…

Get involved

By | Aug 26, 2010

The Ithacan depends on the quality of its staff to produce print content every Thursday and online content daily. We welcome new students and returning ones to join Ithaca College’s award-winning student newspaper.

Getting back on track

By | Aug 26, 2010

Last year, Ithaca College missed its enrollment target by about 300 students, resulting in excess spending of $1.2 million to hire additional faculty and $3.1 million to provide additional housing. But this year, the class of 2014 is right on target.

Public Safety Log – April 18 to April 21

By | May 6, 2010

Selected Entries from April 18 to April 21

Kicking the bucket

By | May 6, 2010

While much of the college campus is franticly studying for finals and finishing up papers, the senior class is preparing for something much larger — Commencement.

Shining star

By | May 6, 2010

Ithaca College graduate Kate Aldrich’s ’96 reprising role of Carmen points to the long legacy of music school alumni who continue to make the college proud.

SGA supports independent voices

By | May 6, 2010

While it should be acknowledged that the celebration of an event such as Israel Independence Day is quite controversial, there are much more pressing concerns when discussing the concept of an on-campus event. It is important to consider both sides of not just an Independence Day celebration, but of any celebration, any event, any thought…

Gender and sexuality not the same

By | May 6, 2010

I was deeply troubled by the article “Gay Enough” (published April 15) regarding sexuality. One of the subjects of the article, Catherine Kirchhoff, shared grievances focused on herself as “not being gay enough.” I found myself angrily reading the article with the thought “this girl knows nothing about the distinction between sexuality and gender” mounting…

Israeli celebration misunderstood

By | May 6, 2010

The misguided letter, “Israel Independence Has Two Sides” calls to censor the Student Government Association. The writer fails to understand that academic freedom and freedom of speech entitle us to diversity of opinion and expression. Ithaca College has spent substantial amounts of money on programs, lectures and classes demonizing Israel. Attacks on Israel have appeared…

Post-graduation life calls for hard work and patience

By | May 6, 2010

I came to Ithaca College at 22, after a frustrating year of odd jobs and that sinking feeling that I was no longer in control of my life.

Arizona immigration bill repeats history

By | May 6, 2010

The Senate Bill 1070 was signed into Arizona State Legislation less than two weeks ago. The bill outlines the procedures of law enforcement in cases involving illegal immigrants. Using vague language, the bill allows in any lawful contact, a law enforcement officer to ask anyone they suspect of being in the country unlawfully for documentation.…

Dining hall hours need to change

By | Apr 29, 2010

Over the course of my four years at Ithaca College, the dining hall hours have shifted to be more accommodating to students. The one change that has not yet happened, however, is the opening of the dining halls earlier on Sunday mornings. The earliest a student can get food on campus is 10:30 a.m. at…