On this episode on Ithaca Now, we looked at the grand re-opening of the local restaurant Simeons, spoke with David Bulkley of the Tompkins County Mental Health Association on self-care in times of trauma, and analyzed the media coverage surrounding the recent death of an Ithaca College student. Advertisements
Ithaca College student Anthony Nazaire died after a being stabbed to death on Cornell University’s campus following a student organized event Saturday night. On Monday, the Ithaca College community honored Nazaire with a memorial service coordinated by the college’s Chaplain, Father Carstens. At least 100 people attended, packing the chapel, with some listening outside. Nazaire, 19, … Continue reading
Nineteen-year-old Ithaca College student Anthony Nazaire was identified as the victim of a fatal stabbing on Cornell University’s campus early this morning. A second IC student, whose name is not yet released, was treated for non-life threatening injuries. Ithaca and Cornell University police responded to a fight that broke out on College Avenue and Campus Road, near the … Continue reading
The WICB News Team recaps the best stories from the spring season.
Elena Piech spoke with Jim Johnston, an Ithaca College alumnus who is the Executive Producer for MTV’s Real World.
In order to prevent illegal cliff jumping and partying at the gorges this summer, Ithaca plans to hire rangers that will wear body cameras. Correspondents Tom Garris and Aaron Zufall have more.
Ithaca held its 37th Annual Take Back the Night. Correspondents Emma Beltrandi and Lexy White have more.
Ithaca held its 37th Annual Take Back the Night. In order to prevent illegal cliff jumping and partying at the gorges this summer, Ithaca plans to hire rangers that will wear body cameras. And Elena Piech spoke with Jim Johnston, an Ithaca College alumnus who is the Executive Producer for MTV’s Real World.
Ithaca College student Emily Morley qualified for this summer’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Riley Ludwig sat down with Emily to discuss her accomplishment.
New Yorkers got their slice of presidential primary action this past week. Elena Piech and Aaron Zufall have the report on how the voting turned out.