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October 1, 2014
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Steven Pirani

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Campus Pursuit connects students with local businesses

Student start-up brings students and small businesses closer together with engaging treasure hunts.

Ithaca College professor to address Kellogg Fellows

Janice Levy, professor of media arts, sciences, and studies, will be giving a keynote speech for the Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance seminar.

Review: Emotionally charged songs fuel rock release “Get Hurt”

The Gaslight Anthem shows its sensitive side on the group’s newest release, “Get Hurt.”

Review: Rapper Mick Jenkins dives right into newest album

With a enjoyable dreamy tone, Mick Jenkins’ “The Water[s]e is a rap triumph.

Slacklining gains popularity on Ithaca College campus

Students embrace slacklining as a vehicle for stress relief and outdoor fun.

Review: ‘Shelter’ suffers from monotonous musicality

Repetition hinders London-based producer Moire’s dark release, “Shelter.”

Review: Superb writing propels profane tale

With an astounding performance from Jude Law, “Dom Hemingway” is a visceral and nuanced feat of cinema.

Right on track: Students create cassette-based label

Two students create a cassette-based music label.

Review: Ambient duo’s musical ability visible in meditative release

Ambient duo Dalhous delivers a meditative collection of tracks.

Renowned art director speaks on data design

Cass Spencer, an award-winning creative and art director, visited the college and gave a lecture on taking advantage of data visualization. Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani spoke with Spencer about his career and design philosophy.

Accomplished producer discusses business in film industry

Veteran producer Mark Burg ’81 held a lecture April 3, speaking with students and faculty about the mechanics of the film industry. Burg sat down with Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani to talk further about the value of thinking outside of the box in film.

Review: Duo artfully crafts pop record

Australian music duo “Big Scary” hits pop gold with their newest release.