Daily Archives: October 1, 2001

Ithaca's Greeks Feel 'Betrayed' Over Cyprus (Ithaca New Times 9/1/74)

At about this time every year, certain of the more liberal members of Ithaca’s Greek-American community hold a combined dance/banquet at the chapter house of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The proceeds go to benefit local Democratic candidates. This year’s banquet, held in honor of Congressional candidate Matt McHugh and Mayor Ed Conley, who has […]

Eisenhower College: From Riches to Rags — and Back? (Change 10/1/75)

On the cold, gray mornings of April 29, 1974, the 10 officers and trustees of Eisenhower College, Seneca Falls, New York, met for what they suspected might be the last time. No minutes were read; none were recorded. For the board of trustees — as well as the rest of this isolated upstate campus community […]