April 1, 2023
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‘Deja View’ – “Bodies Bodies Bodies” (2022)

By The Ithacan | Mar 30, 2023

In Episode 4 of their Horror series, host Therese Kinirons deep dives with guest Hailey Howgate into the soon-to-be cult classic, Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022).

Editorial: EIB Center is not a ticket out of systematic racism

By | Mar 29, 2023

In March 2023, President La Jerne Cornish announced the upcoming Center for Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.

Residency dedicated to life of professor welcomes 2023 cohort

By | Mar 29, 2023

The Sunlit Residency in Ithaca is preparing to welcome its summer 2023 cohort of artists, writers, scholars and activists.

Review: Irish coming-of-age drama is quietly moving

By | Mar 29, 2023

“The Quiet Girl” is a remarkably moving Irish film, empathetically portraying themes of childhood adolescence and loss.

Review: Sci-fi action flick is a tonal disaster

By | Mar 27, 2023

“65” will leave audiences bored with its uninspired mix of action and creature feature callbacks to “Jurassic Park.”

Women’s lacrosse fends of second-half rally by Golden Knights

By | Mar 27, 2023

The Ithaca College women’s lacrosse team held off a second-half rally from the Clarkson University Golden Knights on March 25, earning a 15–10 victory.

‘How IC Sports’ – Men’s Track and Field Shaun Herlihy

By The Ithacan | Mar 23, 2023

Host sophomore Luke Cammarata kicks off this season of “How IC Sports” by learning about sophomore Shaun Herlihy’s experience as a pole vaulter.

Editorial: Campus climate surveys are essential for a change

By | Mar 22, 2023

So, even though it is up to each college to make a change, the problem must be viewed as a national matter.

Ithaca Bikeshare adds parking hubs and raises costs of use

By | Mar 22, 2023

Ithaca Bikeshare, a local non-profit, plans to add more parking hubs and raise the costs of bike use.

Review: Natasha Lyonne leads a new whodunnit

By | Mar 22, 2023

Following the widely successful first two “Knives Out” films, Rian Johnson takes the murder mystery genre to television with “Poker Face.”

Teammates build chemistry in off-campus housing

By | Mar 21, 2023

Alongside three of their former teammates, six members of the Ithaca College men’s lacrosse team have shared an off-campus duplex home since August 2022. 

Review: Period drama gives stunning portrait of Emily Brönte

By | Mar 21, 2023

Although the events of director Frances O’Connor’s “Emily” are somewhat fictional, the film gives Emily Brönte a second life.