Wear purple to annual Cornell women's hockey DIFD game Friday for mental health awareness

Wear purple to annual Cornell women's hockey DIFD game Friday for mental health awareness

Cornell women's ice hockey fans are encouraged to wear purple to Friday night's game against Quinnipiac to raise mental health awareness. The Big Red are in the home stretch of their ECAC season.

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Tompkins County is asking everyone who lives, works, or studies in the Ithaca area to take a housing survey

Tompkins County is asking everyone who lives, works, or studies in the Ithaca area to take a housing survey

Comfortable and affordable housing is a huge topic in Ithaca and Tompkins County of late, and the county is asking people to take a survey to share their thoughts.

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Cornell lacrosse hosts eleventh annual Dream Factory blood drive this Thursday

Cornell lacrosse hosts eleventh annual Dream Factory blood drive this Thursday

Cornell University men's and women's lacrosse players are hosting their eleventh annual blood drive on Cornell's Ithaca campus. The drive kicks off the 2016 "Save the Day" campaign for the Dream Factory of Central New York.

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Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick named to NBC's NBCBLK28 list

Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick named to NBC's NBCBLK28 list

NBC "is using the 28 days in the month of February to honor 28 of the nation's most talented innovators and game changers -- all ages 28 years and younger," and Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick has landed on the list.

According to the network, "they are all industry and community leaders who are constantly striving to break barriers and defy stereotypes, redefining what it means to be Black in America today."

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After “lengthy and thoughtful discussion,” Cornell trustees approve controversial College of Business plan

After “lengthy and thoughtful discussion,” Cornell trustees approve controversial College of Business plan

According to a statement from Cornell University president Elizabeth Garrett and provost Michael Kotlikoff, Cornell's Board of Trustees "authorized the design and implementation of a plan for a Cornell College of Business" earlier today.

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Tompkins County Public Library organizing a community-wide LEGO Library project this spring

Tompkins County Public Library organizing a community-wide LEGO Library project this spring

Want to help build a miniature version of the Tompkins County Public Library out of LEGO bricks? The TCPL is coordinating a LEGO "community build" for this spring. 

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Urgent need for blood donors in Central New York and beyond after the holidays

Urgent need for blood donors in Central New York and beyond after the holidays

The American Red Cross says there's an urgent need for blood and platelet donations to help prevent a shortage. Several donations are scheduled in Ithaca this month.

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Have you always wished Ithaca had a Fife & Drum Corps? It's about to!

Have you always wished Ithaca had a Fife & Drum Corps? It's about to!

Ithaca has an annual Scottish Games and Celtic Festival that draws fife and drum bands from elsewhere, but finally we're going to have one of our very own.

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With snowstorm looming for east coast, Ithaca College reopens campus to students early

With snowstorm looming for east coast, Ithaca College reopens campus to students early

Citing the "big winter storm predicted to hit the East Coast on Saturday," Ithaca College officials have announced the campus will reopen residence halls early for the spring semester.

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Ithaca's new Officer Next Door program will make residents feel safer, says Mayor Myrick

Ithaca's new Officer Next Door program will make residents feel safer, says Mayor Myrick

Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick says a new program that will help police officers live on the city's West Hill "will make residents feel safer." 

Common Council's City Administration Committee will discuss the "Officer Next Door" program at a meeting tonight. The program would subsidize rental costs for police officers who wanted to live in West Village, an apartment complex which the mayor says "has a higher than average crime rate and, as a result, a higher than average vacancy rate."

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