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Dan Carrión ’08 visits Sustainability Café to talk about the health of the lake.  by Jessica Bachiochi '09

Cayuga Lake’s watershed — the surrounding land that drains water, sediment, and dissolved materials into the lake — is 864 square miles. It provides water to more than 140,000 residents of 49 villages, towns, and cities in seven...

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Innovative culture chronicler Tom Wolfe lays it on the line. By Karin Fleming ‘09

“It’s just not a dignified occupation on any level,” said journalist Tom Wolfe of his profession. He then compared journalists to “beggars” — always scraping for the piece of information that will feed their story. A reporter, Wolf said, must...

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Grant will enable extraordinary initiatives with far-reaching effects.

HSBC, the huge banking and financial services company, has a nonprofit arm devoted to community and philanthropic work. Ithaca College, the midsize comprehensive institution of higher education, has programs, faculty, and staff dedicated to environmental and...

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College, student take prestigious leadership honors given by national association.

In a year the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education says was the most competitive yet for selecting the winners of its annual Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards, two of the six awards went to Ithaca...

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Faculty, staff earn statewide honors for pioneering educational work on equality.

Early in 2008 a number of racial conflicts erupted at Ithaca High School, affecting the entire community. Associate professor of theater arts Cynthia Henderson wanted to help high school students express their feelings about what was happening, and she wanted to make the community...

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