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Multicultural film festival to explore Israeli customs

By | Feb 26, 2014

Hillel at Ithaca College, the Jewish Studies Program, the Roy H. Park School of Communications and the Center for Academic Excellence will put on the Israel Film Festival March 1–2. The festival will feature three Israeli films: “The Flood,” “The Ballad for Weeping Spring” and “Garden of Eden.”


Quirky French operetta hits Main Stage Theater

By | Feb 19, 2014

The Ithaca College Main Stage Theater production of “L’etoile” comically explores the topics of love and faith.


Artist blends found objects with traditional painting

By | Feb 19, 2014

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.


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

By | Feb 19, 2014

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.


New club aims to spread happiness with good deeds

By | Feb 12, 2014

IC Pay it Forward, a new club on campus, strives to positively influence the community by helping others and encouraging them to pass it on.


Textor Disc creator explains sculpture’s history

By | Feb 12, 2014

Get an inside look at the construction of Ithaca College’s most famous sculpture.


Conducting magic: Senior brings Disney to life with concert

By | Feb 12, 2014

Senior Joshua Condon is putting together a concert of Disney music on Feb. 15.


Taste of success: Hummus company takes Ithaca by storm

By | Feb 5, 2014

Ithaca Hummus Company, owned and run by Chris Kirby, has been gaining popularity in Ithaca.


Professor’s debut novel converted into motion picture

By | Feb 5, 2014

“Ten Thousand Saints” by Eleanor Henderson, assistant professor of writing, is being turned into a feature film.


Alumna to sell records and music paraphernalia out of retail truck

By | Feb 5, 2014

Amy Bertram ’12 will open a retail truck selling music paraphernalia in Los Angeles.


Local vineyards unconcerned by wine shortage

By | Feb 5, 2014

Despite a report from Morgan Stanley that said there will be a global wine shortage, vineyards in Ithaca remain optimistic.


Fashion statements: Well-dressed professors share style tips

By | Jan 29, 2014

The college’s best dressed professors give some insight into their daily fashion.