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Dalai Lama presentation sold out

By | Aug 17, 2007

Tickets for the Dalai Lama’s Oct. 10 presentation at Ithaca College sold out Wednesday morning, 90 seconds after they became available to students, faculty and staff. In an Intercom announcement Wednesday, Michael McGreevey, executive assistant to the president, said tickets for the event were purchased by 9:02 a.m. “The ticket sales were conducted online via…

Concert to benefit local poor

By | Apr 26, 2007

On Sunday, Ithaca College students will sponsor the Ithaca Poverty Benefit Concert. The event, which will take place from 1 to 6 p.m. in the central pavilion on The Commons, will donate all proceeds to a local family and other local poverty organizations, according to senior Christian deBrigard, a coordinator for the event. The living…

Investing time in the future

By | Apr 12, 2007

For the next five weeks, The Ithacan will feature graduating seniors who have made significant contributions to the college and community. In a few months, Adrian Guenther will launch into a Wall Street workweek. From 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., five days a week, he will sit in front of a computer, analyzing stock portfolios…

Party drops bid for upcoming

By | Apr 5, 2007

After announcing its bid for the 2007–08 Student Government Association, one of two parties running for office announced its withdrawal Tuesday amid allegations the group plagiarized its opponent’s platform. This will be the first race to include only one party in five years. The One Unity party was forced to forgo its candidacy because a…

Guiding man’s best friend

By | Mar 22, 2007

Junior Jamie Primavera’s roommate follows her everywhere. She sits next to her during class, is always nearby during meals and lies at the foot of her bed when she sleeps. Still, Primavera said, the 10-month-old black lab, Snyder, is a welcome distraction. “Even if you only leave them for 15 minutes, they’re just as excited…

College announces additions to meal plans

By | Mar 1, 2007

Last week, Ithaca College Dining Services announced the creation of an unlimited meal plan and a $50 Bonus Bucks increase to the 10- and 14-meal plans for the 2007–08 school year. Jeff Scott, manager of Dining Services, said the changes come as part of a continual effort to improve the quality of services offered at…

Students protest troop increase at D.C. rally

By | Feb 1, 2007

A group of Ithaca College students drove through the night this past weekend to join tens of thousands of marchers on the streets of Washington, D.C., for a massive anti-war protest. The Saturday rally, organized by the coalition United for Peace and Justice, aimed to place pressure on Congress to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq.…