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April 20, 2021
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New platforms give athletes place to share their stories

By | Feb 18, 2021

Student-athletes have been given new platforms to speak their minds and opportunities to participate in activities they may not have before


Ithaca businesses struggle and adapt in COVID-19 pandemic

By | Feb 18, 2021

Now that students are returning back to Ithaca, businesses are adjusting and hoping to bounce back after a difficult year. 


Students march to the beat of a virtual drum

By The Ithacan | Feb 17, 2021

Sophomores Isaac Schneider, Justin Lordi, and Timothy White were all contracted for the 2020 season by different drum corps.


Professor depicts days in the desert in new documentary

By | Feb 17, 2021

Cathy Crane, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, releases new documentary titled “Crossing Columbus.”


Commentary: Anthropology alumni respond to the proposed dissolution of the department

The college’s proposed layoff and program cuts were released, and faculty were informed that the Department of Anthropology would be dissolved. 


Review: Dramatic film is filled with fits of rage

By | Feb 16, 2021

What role nepotism plays in the failure of “Malcolm & Marie,” Netflix’s latest awards-vying disaster, should be obvious.


Meet the Editors: Madison Fernandez

By The Ithacan | Feb 15, 2021

This week we sat down with our Editor-in-Chief Madison Fernandez.


Poetry reading from Poet Laureate Christine Kitano

By The Ithacan | Feb 13, 2021

Christine Kitano, associate professor in the department of writing, has been named Poet Laureate for Tompkins County.


Review: Ani DiFranco album is full of love

By | Feb 13, 2021

“Revolutionary Love” is Ani DiFranco’s first album release since her 2019 memoir, “No Walls and The Recurring Dream.” 


Virtual concert honors civil rights activists

By | Feb 11, 2021

Messages of joy, resilience and progress were all expressed in the images and videos of the annual MLK Celebration Concert.


Editorial: ‘Shape of the College’ slashes programs and harms people

By | Feb 11, 2021

Perhaps the most alarming aspect of the “Shape of the College” is that those who will be losing their jobs are only being treated as numbers.


Bombers are back after almost a year of no competition

By | Feb 11, 2021

With sports finally returning after almost a year away, athletes are adding new elements to their routines: masks, practice pods and COVID-19 tests.