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Clayton Avenue is a two-block hill street that runs from Cortland's main street up to the SUNY Cortland dormitories.
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When she was a high school senior in upstate New York, Becky Halstead had her future planned out.
The 21-year-old Ithaca College student who died in a car accident Sunday night was praised by his professors on Monday as a "perfect student" whose intelligence, maturity and generosity marked him for many great things to come.
Although U.S. institutes of higher education might feel they are the only ones facing revenue shortfalls in this sour economic climate, these challenges are world wide.
Don't be misled by the fact that the Howlin' Brothers made their bow on Brendan Benson's Readymade Records label.
Colgate was extremely hot coming into Sunday's game, and the Bearcats didn't do nearly enough to put douse the flames in a 93-64 loss in Colgate University came into the Events Center and ran away with a 93-64 victory against the Binghamton University men's basketball team on Say what you want about global warming, I've seen no evidence of it ... (more)
A 21-year-old Massachusetts man was killed and three other Ithaca College students were taken to the hospital after a crash Sunday night on Interstate 88, State Police said.
Renowned wind band conductor Frank Battisti will return to his hometown and alma mater to take part in two public performances, work with current students and help celebrate an exhibit in his honor in the Ithaca College School of Music.
Ithaca College Theatre will conclude the fall semester with David Ives' "Mere Mortals."
ITHACA, N.Y. Sutherlin native helps the elderly A Sutherlin High graduate is helping bridge the gap between generations by adopting an elderly match through Project Generations, a weekly visiting service organized by Ithaca College and Tompkins County Office for the Aging, according to a school news release.
People over 65-years-old are twice as likely to spend the holidays alone compared to those less than 65. Bad weather, increased noise and crowds, and health challenges may make it more difficult for loved ones from older generations to travel.
College students who aren't heading home for the holidays often find themselves stranded in empty dorms or quiet apartments, but that doesn't mean they have to miss out on a Thanksgiving meal.
Strolling along Ithaca Commons in Upstate New York is a crash course in College Town, U.S.A. Spitting distance from both Cornell and Ithaca College, the four-block pedestrian area buzzes with vendors, cafA©s, festivals, and, of course, students around every bend.
The Ithaca College Index of Economic Activity in Tompkins County improved to a level of 164.95 in October from a revised mark of 163.69 in September.