October 19, 2021
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New student organization focuses on human rights violations

By | Oct 6, 2021

Future Lawyers for Human Rights is a new student organization with the mission to educate individuals about ongoing human-rights violations.


Campus community members reflect on 20-year anniversary of 9/11

By | Sep 15, 2021

Along with the rest of the country, members of the Ithaca College community spent time reflecting on the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the passing of its 20-year anniversary.


Baseball alum represents Team Israel in Olympics

By | Sep 2, 2021

​​This summer, Jake Rosenberg ’18, was a part of history as he played in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo for Israel’s first Olympic baseball team.


Commentary: Lights, camera, zoom?

By | Sep 23, 2020

Acting on Zoom is really difficult but not for obvious reasons. With this being our second semester online, we are acclimating to this.


“Avatar” series highlights characters with disabilities

By | Jun 11, 2020

“Avatar: The Last Airbender” has always been praised for its culturally diverse cast of characters.


Review: Musical “Trolls World Tour” lacks compelling plot

By | May 18, 2020

Unfortunately, “Trolls World Tour” does not live up to the excitement that 2016’s “Trolls” brought.


Review: Singles for the weeks of 2/28

By | Mar 4, 2020

“17”
Pink Sweat$
Released Feb. 28
Atlantic Recording Company
This song’s smoothed out vocals and simple beat are the perfect match.


Review: Film is shackled by bland characters and boring plot

By | Jan 29, 2020

The “Bad Boys” series has historically been defined as egregiously offensive and immature.


Review: Singles for the week of 1/17

By | Jan 22, 2020

“Me & You Together Song”
The 1975
Released Jan.


Review: Singles for the week of 11/29

By | Dec 4, 2019

“Almost”
Sarah Close
Released Nov. 29
The Kodiak Club Ltd
“Almost” owns its too-catchy lyrics and conventional pop backbeat with style.



Review: Indie album lacks complexity and character

By | Nov 12, 2019

Indie mainstay Cold War Kids’ new album, “New Age Norms 1,” is a record fated, or perhaps condemned, to be fixed in the alternative radio charts.