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Ithaca College freshman class has lowest enrollment in four years

By | Aug 30, 2012

The enrollment for Ithaca College’s class of 2016 was lower than the college’s target class size.

Brian McAree reflects on career at college

By | Aug 25, 2012

Brian McAree, former vice president of academic affairs who retired Aug. 23, reflects on nearly 30 years at Ithaca College.

May Day protest disputes college policy

By | May 3, 2012

More than 20 students and faculty gathered Tuesday at the Free Speech Rock to bring awareness to climbing student debt and financial inequalities adjunct professors experience at Ithaca College.

Allergy cases surpass record

By | Apr 26, 2012

Allergy sufferers may have more of a reason to stay indoors these next few weeks as researchers cite this spring as one of the worst allergy seasons in recent history.

Mock wedding pokes at fracking corruption

By | Apr 20, 2012

Protests that rail against fracking are not uncommon within the City of Ithaca and on South Hill, but the activism took a different spin Thursday afternoon outside the Campus Center as IC Frack Off hosted a mock wedding to symbolize what members call a corrupt, close relationship between gas companies and the government.

Balancing faith and sexuality

By | Apr 18, 2012

LGBT Muslims may face a difficult balance between sexuality and religion. The mainstream interpretation of the Islamic holy book, the Quran, condemns homosexuality. Faisal Alam, the founder of Al-Fatiha, a Muslim LGBT group that works to help LGBT Muslims deal with their struggles with their faith and their sexual orientation, has traveled to colleges and…

Gerontology speaker offers political perspective

By | Apr 13, 2012

The Ithaca College Gerontology Institute hosted Kathy Greenlee to discuss the politics of aging Thursday night in the Park Auditorium as part of its spring semester Distinguished Speaker Series.

Dems readjust focus to inspire younger voters

By | Apr 12, 2012

With Rick Santorum’s announcement Tuesday to drop out of the GOP race, President Barack Obama is turning his campaign sights not only to frontrunner Mitt Romney, but also on gaining political support from the younger generation.

Former sex slave shares story

By | Mar 29, 2012

Chong Kim can tell you what about the harsh realities of human trafficking and what it takes to survive. A survivor of sex trafficking within the United States, Kim is now working to educate the masses about human trafficking and its American ties.

Another NY fracking ban upheld

By | Mar 8, 2012

The Town of Middlefield in nearby Otsego County has the right to prohibit natural gas drilling within its limits, according to a recent New York state court ruling.

Hydrilla invasion continues

By | Feb 17, 2012

It’s back. To fund the eradication of hydrilla verticillata, an invasive aquatic species that first reared its head last fall, a local environmental task force has requested $700,000 to $1 million in funding from New York state.

College’s sustainability coordinator adds city gig

By | Feb 15, 2012

Mark Darling’s work responsibilities are no longer limited to Ithaca College. City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick tapped Darling, the college’s sustainability coordinator, as one of two new commissioners on the city’s Board of Public Works earlier this month.