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October 23, 2014
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Evin Billington

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Adolescent plastic surgery rates rise

The rate of plastic surgeries in adolescents has been on the rise since 2010.

Photojournalist alumna freelances in Burma

Lauren DeCicca ’11 has taken photographs around Burma and other countries for The New York Times, Al Jazeera, TIME and other news outlets.

Le Cafe Cent-Dix brings french dining to Ithaca

Owners of local Ithaca staple Mercato have opened Le Cafe Cent-Dix, bringing quality French cuisine to the streets of Ithaca.

Review: Repetitive ‘Lips’ side project fails to impress

Musically pretentious and painfully repetitious, “Musik, Die Schwer zu Twerk” is a dull listening experience.

Review: Superb pop-punk release “Chorus” hits the high notes

Literature expands its musical and vocal range with their newest release.

Review: Metal group Pallbearer crafts dynamic masterpiece

Pallbearer delivers an exemplary sophomore release with “Foundations of Burden.”

Writing professor publishes collection of poems

Jerry Mirskin, associate professor of writing, recently released “Crepuscular Non Driveway,” his third collection of poetry.

Shaving lives: students go bald to fight cancer

Goin’ Bald for Bucks is a New York–based cancer fundraising group brought to the college by freshman Bryn Mugnolo. On April 19, 10 students cut their hair, with seven of those shaving their heads entirely and four women donating their strands to Locks for Love, which will turn the hair into wigs for cancer patients.

Rapping it up: Freshman rapper relays personal narratives through music

Freshman rapper San Williams performed at the South by Southwest music festival. Williams’ music deviates from many usual staples of hip-hop.

Santa sues sleigh in student-written production

After winning the David Ames Film Award, sophomore Mitchell Ward is turning his script, “Rudolph vs. Reese,” into a film.

Going Greek: Unaffiliated Greek organizations gain popularity at the college

Despite Ithaca College’s no-Greek policy, some students are involved in fraternities and sororities that are unaffiliated with the college.

Artist blends found objects with traditional painting

Boston- and Brooklyn-based artist Patte Loper’s work is featured in the Handwerker Gallery until March 7 in an exhibit titled “Your Margins, Your Rivers, Your Diminutive Villages.” She will give a talk at 6 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Handwerker Gallery.