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November 30, 2022
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IC Percussion Ensemble performs outdoor concert

By | Oct 26, 2022

Stretching from Campus Center to the Dillingham Fountains, the 20-person Ithaca College Percussion Ensemble performed “Inuksuit” on Oct. 22.


Women’s soccer first-year students making statement on the field

By | Oct 25, 2022

First-year students Ali Amari and Kaelyn Fernandez have made the most of their debut seasons for the Ithaca College women’s soccer team, stepping into big roles as the season began


Review: The 1975 is not afraid to be controversial

By | Oct 25, 2022

The 1975’s newest album is just as well executed as its previous works, choosing not to shy away from making commentary about injustices in society.


Column: Horror is a genre worthy of your respect

By | Oct 25, 2022

As long as cinema has been around, horror has been a staple genre. Horror has a uniquely strong ability to cause audiences to examine their fears.



Student organization prepares to host TEDx event on campus

By | Oct 19, 2022

Ithaca College’s TEDx Club will be independently organizing its first conference since 2017 on Oct. 22, featuring 10 speakers in the Emerson Suites, alongside a live stream screening in Park Hall.


Review: King Gizz begins impressive three album run

By | Oct 19, 2022

With their 21st full-length album, “Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms and Lava,” King Gizz creates their longest cuts yet.


First-year student returns from injury to new event

By | Oct 18, 2022

At the Hamilton Invitational on Oct. 8, the Ithaca College men’s cross-country team saw a solid performance from first-year student Carter Rothwell, who crossed the line in 52nd out of 76 runners.


Review: Charlie Puth is not afraid to get personal

By | Oct 18, 2022

“CHARLIE” takes fans of Charlie Puth on an emotional ride with standout tracks like “Charlie Be Quiet!” and “That’s Hilarious.”


Swimming and diving teams start the season on a high note

By | Oct 17, 2022

The Ithaca College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams kicked off their season Oct. 15 in dominant fashion, beating all three schools that visited.


Review: Vietnam war film fails to capitalize on themes

By | Oct 12, 2022

Academy Award-winner Peter Farrelly, mostly known for “Green Book,” imbues his latest film with the same sappy plotting and screenplay.


Review: Hollywood icon reduced to her worst moments

By | Oct 10, 2022

Director Andrew Dominik objectifies Marilyn Monroe (Ana de Armas) throughout “Blonde,” making for an extremely unpleasant viewing experience.