After receiving a $4 million gift from Atlantic Philanthropies toward the long-planned athletics and events center, the College needs just $1.3 million more before it can break ground.
Atlantic Philanthropies had previously given $25 million -- which included a $7.5 million challenge grant -- toward the project.
The state-of-the-art facility will include a 130,000 square foot...
The Ithaca College gymnastics team flexed and flipped their way to an impressive finish to an already amazing season.
The team scored a total of 183.600 points at the 2009 National Collegiate Gymnastics Association competition, taking 5th place in the competition. Freshman Jessica Bolduc '12 placed 4th in the individual, all-around match. Bolduc is the first Bomber to earn...
Here's a roundup of the latest Ithaca sports news.
This week, the College hosts the Sport, Sexuality, and Culture Conference. Eric Anderson, an internationally known expert in the area of masculinity, sport, and sexuality and a lecturer at the University of Bath, opens the conference with a keynote address. Former NBA player, author,...
The Ithaca gymnastics team has taken over the top spot of the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association team rankings!
The Bombers posted a season-high total of 186.425 during Saturday's Harriett Marranca Memorial Invitational. There are now only two meets left until the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships. The teams current scoring average is an impressive 184.6563,...
On those long, hot summer days, throwing a Frisbee around can be a great way to enjoy the day and pass the time. But for a growing number of players all over the world, Ultimate Frisbee has become more than just a game -- it’s become their way of life.
“I will be playing Frisbee until I can’t walk anymore,” says Allison Walker ’10, a business...
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