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September 22, 2014
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Tylor Colby

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Review: ‘Blacc Hollywood’ burned out by rapper’s shallow lyrics

Wiz Khalifa’s stoner image ultimately hurts his attempts at emotion.

Artist Julia Randall’s pieces featured in Handwerker Gallery

Artist Julia Randall’s hyperrealistic drawings are featured in the Handwerker Gallery in an exhibit titled “Oral Fixations.”

Students produce psychological video game

The Ithaca College Game Developers Club created “Rorschach,” a video game in which the player is a patient of the mad Dr. Rory Schach.

Ithacon speaker discusses female comic tropes

Kristiina Korpus ’13 gave a talk on April 5 at Ithacon discussing sexism in Japanese anime. Staff Writer Tylor Colby sat down with Korpus to further discuss her thoughts regarding female representation in comic books.

Review: Action thrives in surreal dark comedy

Latest from famed director offers more action than past films.

Review: Erotic thriller questions nature of love

An unsettling tone and divisive story drive provocative movie

Review: Band of Horses rein in crowd

Band of Horses brings acoustic fun to the State Theatre of Ithaca.

Through the woods: The Readers’ Theatre to present intense thriller

From March 7–9, the Readers’ Theatre will stage a performance of Neil LaBute’s “In A Forest, Dark And Deep,” directed by Cynthia Henderson, associate professor of theater arts at Ithaca College.

Review: Eclectic rock band blurs genres with experimental electronics

Explorative band venture into experimental territory.

Review: Daft romance labors for days

Unbelievable romance makes “Labor Day” a labor to watch.

Jamaican art student meshes photojournalism with painting

Senior Stephanie Lee, an art major with a minor in still photography and a native of Jamaica, is attempting to bring her home country’s economic issues to light through her senior art thesis.

Review: Moving production tackles race issues

“Black Pearl Sings” takes on race issues with a mix of theater and music.