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The Ithacan

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The official podcast account for Ithaca College's student-run newspaper, The Ithacan. We have a range of podcasts from conversational, news, sports and more!
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Ithaca Bound

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Ithaca Bound was a podcast hosted by Andrew Schiestel that explored history and mythology in the Mediterranean Basin. From March 22, 2021 to January 21, 2022, 188 episodes were published.
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of June 21st! This evening the Ageless Jazz Band at Hopshire Farm Brewery, City Limits at the BoatYard Grill, and Chickenwire Parachute at Scale House Brewery in Hector. The 86ers are playing at Garrett's in Trumansburg tonight, and Bob Roberts Calamity Band is at Cedarwood Event Venue. An…
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This week hosts Sean and Pete are thrilled to welcome Michael Mazza, the dynamic founder of Ithaca Reggae Fest and the Youth Entrepreneur Market. Michael shares his journey and the impact of these initiatives on the Ithaca community. Alongside this engaging interview, Sean and Pete dive into the vibrant local entertainment scene, with updates on up…
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of June 7th! It's First Friday Gallery Night all over downtown Ithaca and beyond! Openings and receptions at lots of galleries and event spaces. Road Man is at South Hill Cider. Jimmy Stapp at Aurora Brewing. Virgil Cain kicks off the summer series at the BoatYard Grill! Dane Hendrix is at…
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of May 31st! The Ithaca Festival kicks off for real today with music on the Commons and at Dewitt Park. Thousands of One for the Golden Hour Music Series at South Hill Cider. Richman and the Poorboys at Aurora Brewing. The Walnuts at Garrett's Brewing in Trumansburg, and Max Childs plays a…
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of May 24th! Related: Memorial Day: Events Monday, no bus service, recycling delayed For your Friday, Maddy Walsh and the Blind Spots at South Hill Cider, Freight at Hopshire, and SingTrece and Stone Cold Miracle are at Garrett's in Trumansburg. Saturday, Garlic Band at Lucky Hare Brewing,…
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of May 17th! All this weekend, Mayfest, Cornell’s International Chamber Music Festival, through May 21st. At Deep Dive today, Pocket Bandits happy hour followed by the Crucial Reggae Club. Sim Redmond Band playing at South Hill Cider, Bob Keefe and the Surf Renegades at Liquid State Brewin…
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Here's the 14850 Happenings events calendar for the weekend of May 10th! This evening a spaghetti dinner at the Newfield Fire Department from 5-7 to raise funds for Newfield Old Home Days. New Planets playing the golden hour music series at South Hill Cider. Stacey and the Copycats at Hopshire Farm Brewery. Rose and the Bros at Sweet Land Farm. Imm…
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May is celebrated every year as Bike Month, and Bike Walk Tompkins, an organisation that works to make Ithaca and Tompkins county a community that is safe and convenient to walk, bike and roll in, organise bike month events. Kai Linke had the opportunity learn about them
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On tonight’s show, we are going to hear from Malcolm Alexander, who had the opportunity to talk to members of climate activism organisation, Extinction rebellion. Then, we are going to hear from VIC’s 50 hour marathon DJs to see how their experience has been.
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On tonight’s show, we are going to hear from Sarah Payne, who had the opportunity to talk to Professor Pearl Ponce, who has recently been named director of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas. Then we will hear from Caroline Grass, who had the opportunity to look into the Reclaim Earth Day walk happening tomorrow on Earth Day.…
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On tonight’s show, we are going to hear from Noah Darling, who had the opportunity to attend the commemorative rally marking 25 years since the march and sit-in of Egbert Student Union coordinated by members and allies of IC’s then known Afro-Latin Society
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Correspondent Caroline Grass had the opportunity to look into History forge, a project undertaken by the history center in tompkins county. Then, correspondent sarah payne had the opportunity to take a look at the warm winter Tompkins county has encountered.
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Inbaayini Anbarasan had the opportunity to talk to Reverend Dr. David Kaden from the first Congregational church of Ithaca about the church’s safe spaces. We’re then going to hear from Bec Legato who had the opportunity to talk to TJ Schaper, one of the owners of Deep Dive Ithaca.
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Sarah Payne spoke with vendors at apple fest about their preparation for the festival, and the upcoming fall season. Malcolm Alexander had the opportunity to talk to Dean Amy Falkner, dean of the park school of communications here at Ithaca College.
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Emma Kersting had the opportunity to cover the common council meeting on Wednesday September 20th, where they discussed the amended payments from Cornell to the city of Ithaca and a pilot policy to manage the city's homeless camps.
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