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  • Coed Dorms, Coed Floors — Now, Coed Rooms

    12/03/2007 7:41:43 AM PST · by Incorrigible · 274 replies · 3,234+ views
    Newhouse News ^ | 12/2/2007 | Rebecca James
    Coed Dorms, Coed Floors — Now, Coed Rooms By REBECCA JAMES   From left, Brienna Dees, Pat Vescio, Kayla Capponi and Alexia Martinez often hang out together in Capponi's dorm room at the State University of New York at Oswego. Martinez is a sophomore, the other three are freshmen. (Photo by John Berry)     A new wave of coed housing that allows men and women to share rooms is hitting campuses around the country, and Cornell University senior Vince Hartman thinks it's about time."A lot of students are over the age of 18 and they have friends that are...
  • Colo. case prompts academic freedom talk at Cornell (Ithaca defends Ward Churchill)

    02/10/2007 7:58:26 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 20 replies · 721+ views Local Network ^ | 2007-02-10 10:03 AM
    ITHACA NY--A small group of students and professors gathered this week in A.D. White House at Cornell University to discuss the maelstrom that has erupted over Ward Churchill, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Colorado who has been subject to academic review and public scrutiny for his comments on the victims of the World Trade Center attacks. The statements, posted to a blog a day after the attacks and expanded into an essay in 2003, refer to the office workers in the Twin Towers as “little Eichmanns” and called into question the presumption of their innocence. “True...
  • Ithaca Protesters pick time over fine

    05/29/2003 4:13:20 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 11 replies · 367+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Thursday, May 29, 2003 | By DIANA LaMATTINA
    <p>ITHACA-- Three anti-war demonstrators chose to spend six days in Tompkins County jail instead of paying a fine for trespassing during a die-in at a military recruitment station.</p> <p>Daniel Burns, Peter Demott and Clare Grady were sent to jail by Town of Lansing Judge John Howell Wednesday. At the court appearance, the three indicated they would not pay the imposed $100 fine.</p>
  • Ithaca City Hall's American flag vandalized

    05/24/2003 8:53:51 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 9 replies · 273+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Saturday, May 24, 2003 | By DIANA LaMATTINA
    <p>ITHACA NY-- An American flag on the roof of City Hall was replaced after graffiti was sprayed onto it Thursday night, Ithaca Police said.</p> <p>A symbol made in orange paint appeared on the American flag as well as several other structures in the city, Deputy Chief Lauren Signer said Friday.</p>
  • Ithaca is Gorges In Rear-View Mirror:tribute to the most God-forsaken hell-hole in America

    05/08/2003 10:26:34 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 78 replies · 1,115+ views
    Cornell Review ^ | 5/1/2003 | G. Quentin Mull
    The only obvious difference between Ithaca and a bucket of scum is that a bucket of scum does not siphon off millions of dollars in taxpayers’ money every year. Finding this entire area completely devoid of virtue, your writer feels the need to highlight the reasons for his glee at soon gettin’ outta Dodge: Ithaca, hidden in its secluded (and deluded) little corner of New York, is a world of idealism run amuck. This is a town in which a million dollars were spent to make up “Ithaca Hours”—a communist’s dream—a currency in which one hour of one’s labour (no...
  • Mallard Fillmore: Ithaca resident complains about attacks on French

    05/06/2003 11:59:39 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 40 replies · 268+ views
    Mallard reads a letter from a reader: "Stop making from of the French. After all, they helped us out in the revolutionary war, signed 'Indignant in Ithaca.'"I wonder if this means he heard about the Ithaca Frenchfest?Ithaca is the City of Evil.

    04/30/2003 7:35:43 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 11 replies · 264+ views
    WHCU ITHACA ^ | April 30, 2003
  • Local uses gem essences to aid variety of problems (Ithaca New Age Wacko Alert)

    04/29/2003 3:41:06 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 38 replies · 373+ views
    <p>SIMON WHEELER/Journal Staff Susan Weiner keeps a stone layout with a rainbow obsidian sphere surrounded by various types of quartz, aquamarine, amethyst and cacoxenite on the ledge between her kitchen and the stairs of her Trumansburg apartment. Weiner displays the stones for the energy they send out to the planet and to those who live on it.</p>
  • Ithaca: America’s Most Embarrassing City?

    04/28/2003 1:25:21 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 26 replies · 362+ views | ^ | April 28, 2003 | By Jamie Weinstein
    In some circles the mere utterance of the terms “France” or “Chirac” are enough to elicit a contemptuous chuckle. A couple of weeks ago I went to a conference in Washington, D.C. put on by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a pro-Israel lobby that supports a strong U.S.-Israel relationship. The main event of the conference was a huge dinner attended by all types of dignitaries. While listening to AIPAC officials announce all the big shots at the event—over half of the Senate and the House attended—they mentioned the French Ambassador to the United States. Of the several hundred...
  • Increased parking charge irks Ithaca High School students(welcome to the city of evil, kids)

    04/28/2003 8:36:14 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 51 replies · 479+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Saturday, April 26, 2003 | By ANNE JU
    <p>ITHACA -- Ithaca High School students who drive to school are upset about having to pay a high parking fee next year.</p> <p>But, according to school officials, the money generated will help pay for things that will benefit all students.</p>
  • Study: Ithaca Solar Panels in dark

    04/20/2003 9:11:45 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 35 replies · 248+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Saturday, April 19, 2003 | By DAN HIGGINS and LAUREN BISHOP
    <p>ITHACA -- Central New York is not known for an abundance of sunshine, especially during the winter, when the dominant tone of the weather is steel-gray with low hanging clouds.</p> <p>It's a difficult environment for solar energy panels, such as the ones that adorn the roof of the Tompkins County Public Library.</p>
  • "Ithaca College Faculty 94% Liberal, and Think It's OK"

    04/18/2003 2:33:50 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 35 replies · 313+ views
    ChronWatch, Striving for Balance in the News ^ | Friday, April 18, 2003 | Posted by the ChronWatch Founder, Jim Sparkman
    The college profs just keep on with their dominance of Nutwatch. This time, it's Ithaca College of New York. (I'm glad my kids are out of college, and do not have to face this.) The article is from and was written by Katie Maslanka. With liberals diversity is 'the king', in everything except ideology. Note how the liberal profs defend the huge disparity. A recent analysis of political diversity at Ithaca College revealed that out of 125 professors in 14 departments, an overwhelming majority — 93.6 percent — are registered as Democrats or Greens. Only 6.4 percent are registered...
  • Fox News Publicizes Study Finding 93.6% Democrats/Greens in Ithaca College Faculty

    04/18/2003 5:22:40 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 49 replies · 316+ views
    Carping about the excesses of clueless crybabies since the turn of the century. Tongue Tied at April 17, 2003 Surprise Surprise A survey of political diversity at Ithaca College in New York found that of 125 professors who registered to vote at the college 93.6 percent did so as Democrats or Greens, reports the Ithacan. According to the study, sponsored by student Republicans and the local Republican party, only eight of the 125 professors on campus who registered with a political affiliation in the county describe themselves as Republican or Conservatives. Asma Barlas, an associate professor of politics, says...
  • Not a crisis, but it's close enough (Ithaca pot holes and anti-war whackos)

    04/17/2003 10:15:27 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 6 replies · 202+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Thursday, April 17, 2003 | By MICHAEL SERINO
    I opened the newspaper Monday morning to be greeted by a headline announcing that "Potholes a problem but not a crisis." This was certainly welcome news. Because driving around Ithaca during the past few weeks, I had been forming the opinion that our local potholes had already worked their way through the "annoyance," "nuisance," "problem," "pestilence" and "plague" categories, and were certain to be elevated to "crisis" status at any moment. My peace of mind, unfortunately, was short-lived. I began reading the story, only to learn that the problematic potholes in question adorned our county roads, not our city streets....
  • Ex-Cornell employee sentenced for child porn (Ithaca is the City of Evil)

    04/17/2003 10:02:10 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 5 replies · 133+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Thursday, April 17, 2003
    <p>ITHACA -- A former employee of Cornell University's office of information technology was sentenced to probation and a fine for having child pornography on campus computers.</p> <p>Robert E. Mosher, 36, of 3 Garfield St. in Cortland, was sentenced Monday in Ithaca Town Court to three years of probation and a fine of $500. He was represented by attorney Berry Francisco, who did not return phone calls Wednesday.</p>
  • Another Voice (criticism of hypocritical peace protesters in Ithaca)

    04/17/2003 7:55:42 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 4 replies · 239+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | 4/17/03 | By MICHAEL SERINO
    Last week I wrote a column that set out to have some fun with the antiwar movement. I had been increasingly irritated by the low level of discourse that characterized much of the protest rhetoric: Criticism of the president's foreign policy agenda degenerated very quickly into slurs and name-calling. And while such critics consistently characterized the position of the administration as motivated almost entirely by a combination of cynicism, religious fanaticism, diplomatic failure, fascism, racism and craving for personal gain, they of course saw their own positions as motivated by pure principle and the power of moral righteousness alone. But...
  • Apalling Lack of Political Diversity in Ithaca College Faculty

    04/15/2003 10:11:28 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 3 replies · 202+ views ^ | Wednesday, April 16, 2003 | By Mark Finkelstein and Michelle Meredith
    Apalling Lack of Political Diversity in Ithaca College FacultyBy Mark Finkelstein and Michelle | April 16, 2003 117 Democrats/Greens, only 8 Republicans/Conservatives (93.6 percent vs. 6.4 percent) No Political Diversity in Department of . . . Politics! Republicans call for change A study made public today reveals a stunning lack of political diversity in the faculty of Ithaca College (IC), with 117 registered Democrats or Greens (93.6 percent) versus only 8 registered Republicans or Conservatives (6.4 percent). At a debate on affirmative action on April 2nd at IC, Tompkins County Republican Chairman Mark Finkelstein contended that there is a distinct lack...
  • Study analyzes faculty politics (Overwhelming Proportion of Democrats in Faculty of Ithaca Collge)

    04/17/2003 7:33:24 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 31 replies · 229+ views
    Study analyzes faculty politics Few registered as conservative Katie Maslanka - Staff Writer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- April 17, 2003 A recent analysis of political diversity at Ithaca College revealed that out of 125 professors in 14 departments, an overwhelming majority — 93.6 percent — are registered as Democrats or Greens. Only 6.4 percent are registered as Republicans or Conservatives. The Tompkins County Republican Committee and the Ithaca College Republicans sponsored the study to inform the college’s administration about what they see as a lack of political diversity on campus. According to the study, out of the 125 professors who registered with a...
  • Ithaca War tax resisters redirect dollars (the City of Evil)

    04/16/2003 5:11:32 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 10 replies · 261+ views
    Ithaca Journal ^ | Originally published Wednesday, April 16, 2003 | By JESSICA KELTZ
    <p>ITHACA -- Ithaca's war tax resisters took their case to the public today, donating what they say would have been their federal income tax dollars to causes they support.</p> <p>War tax resisters do not pay federal income taxes as a way of protesting wars and the defense budget. Mary Loehr, head of the local war tax resisters league, said they typically redirect those funds to charities and other not-for-profit groups.</p>
  • Cornell University Debates Liberal Bias (Ithaca is the City of Evil)

    04/16/2003 4:55:20 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 10 replies · 241+ views
    Copyright © 2003 by The Cornell Daily Sun, Inc. ^ | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2003 | By BRIAN TSAO
    With the focus of the diversity debate centered around racial issues, some members of the Cornell community have voiced their dismay over the lack of attention to promoting a campus open for ideas. In a Mar. 28 Sun column, Joe Sabia grad claimed that most professors have a "liberal bias" and this bias disables the University from promoting diversity of ideas. Sabia wrote about a personal experience, in which he claimed that three staff members were using their positions to institute their antiwar sentiments in an open, nonpartisan forum about the war on Iraq and to criticize his prowar views....