May 1, 2016
Ithaca, NY

Life & Culture

Courtesy of X Ambassadors

X Ithacans: X Ambassadors to return for concert in Ithaca

Alternative rock band X Ambassadors, which originated in Ithaca and is now touring worldwide, will visit Ithaca’s State Theatre on May 14 for a homecoming concert.

IC Department of Art’s Creative Space Gallery to close in May

Approximately a year after the Creative Space Gallery opened its doors May 1, 2015, it will be closing after its final exhibit, “BANG!,” which ends May 15.

Director of Career Services brings sci-fi genre to life at IC

John Fracchia and Kerry Forrestal drew inspiration from their shared love of science-fiction and co-wrote “Cataclysm: The Myst Clipper Shicaine,” a science-fiction novel released May 4.

Senior theater student participates in diversity mentorship program

Senior Randy Wong-Westbrooke, a theater production arts major, was recently selected for the United States Institute for Theatre Technology’s Gateway mentorship program, which provides mentorship for students who are underrepresented.

Climate warriors: exploring ways to combat climate change

The Climate Solutions Fair: We Can Fix This & It Will Be Fun was help on April 23 in Press Bay Alley.

Newest exhibit connects Ithaca College artists to landscapes

“Extrapolate,” the Creative Space Gallery’s newest exhibit, features artwork from 12 Ithaca College students commenting on their relationship to their environments.

Review: Ferg’s tracks ‘prosper’

With the release of his sophomore attempt, “Always Strive and Prosper,” the self-proclaimed lord of trap music, A$AP Ferg, shows off a more lighthearted and honest side to his music.

Review: Suspenseful plot and rich characters carry ‘Quantico’

The show is full of suspense, drama and mystery, and each episode reveals new information that will ultimately lead to the finale episode.

Review: Stunning graphics and acting save film

In Jon Favreau’s “The Jungle Book,” Christopher Walken voices a giant orangutan.

Review: The Ready Set goes for gold

Released just in time for the remainder of spring and summer, The Ready Set’s fourth album will impress listeners.

Review: Electric-rock tracks fly on Goose’s new album

The Belgian band’s fourth album, “What You Need,” boasts a varied and exciting electronic sound that is only pulled down by ill–thought-out vocals.