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Ithaca Now Full Show 3-1-2015

Ithaca Now Full Show 3-1-2015

This week on “Ithaca Now,” the WICB News Team discussed new green initiatives as well as eating disorders. We also have the first of our weekly updates on the Citizens Police Academy, an eight week public course that educates the civilians on the Ithaca Police Department’s activities. Host Riley Ludwig spoke with Ithaca College Psychology Professor … Continue reading

  • About 24 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. WICB's Riley Ludwig sat down with Ithaca College psychology professor and eating disorder specialist Cris Haltom about dealing with the disorders. (more…)
  • The Sanctuary at the First Baptist Church hosted an event about fracking in New York State and its impact on public health and the environment. WICB’s Tom Garris and Aaron Zufall have the story. (more…)
  • The Tompkins County Industrial Development Agency approved the construction of New York’s first community owned renewable energy project. WICB’s Ben Tillem has more on this program. (more…)
  • By Kelli Kyle The Citizens Police Academy kicked off by with a tour of the police department building and a brief history on I-P-D.  Afterwards, the Tompkins County Department of Emergency Response gave attendees an inside look at some of the situations they have to deal with on a daily basis. (more…)
  • By Melanie De Lima and Jamie Swinnerton Active Minds and IC Feminists United brought together three on campus experts last Wednesday to discuss eating disorders, and what we can do as a community to help address these issues. (more…)
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