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April 14, 2021
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Review: Disney’s latest princess film is empowering and inclusive

By | Mar 15, 2021

While the triumph of “Raya and the Last Dragon” does not dismiss Disney’s deep, dirty history of racial inequity, it is a massive step in the right direction.


Review: Tom and Jerry brings fun for the whole family

By | Mar 11, 2021

Tom and Jerry have returned to the big screen with their famous hijinks. “Tom and Jerry,” directed by Tim Story, tells the tale of the classic cartoon cat and mouse with a modern twist.


Former tennis player serves in new role as head coach

By | Mar 11, 2021

When former head coach Bill Austin decided to step away from the program after 20 years, Chris Hayes ’16, who played for and served as assistant coach with him, was promoted to fill the role shortly.


Editorial: Data transparency needed to protect faculty diversity

By | Mar 11, 2021

Only 12.2% of faculty members identify as people of color. However, the college does not publicly share this information broken down by faculty rank.


Ithaca College to decide about 2021 commencement

By | Mar 11, 2021

Ithaca College is planning to make an announcement regarding the commencement ceremony for the Class of 2021 this month.


Trans women deserve to be included in women’s sports

By | Mar 10, 2021

Trans women are women. Trans girls are girls. These are not facts that are up for debate. Bigots have found a new avenue to oppress transgender people, particularly trans girls, through sports. 


Commentary: Pretending change isn’t necessary doesn’t help

By | Mar 9, 2021

If the college is shrinking one way or another, I much prefer a scenario in which our faculty have as much notice and support as possible.


Review: Jazz singer biopic is a swing and a miss

By | Mar 9, 2021

“The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” Hollywood’s latest conveyor-belt music biopic is an insulting depiction of one of the finest singers of the swing era.


Will hyperpop die like disco?

By | Mar 8, 2021

With hyperpop’s rocket to popularity and place in culture being so similar to that of disco’s, can we predict its potential plummet?


Review: Film lacks authenticity with big name Hollywood star

By | Mar 5, 2021

Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” is a slow slog through the desert with actor Frances McDormand. The use of a Hollywood name like McDormand makes the film feel less authentic than Zhao’s other works.


Will Eisner Week concludes with comic writing workshop

By | Mar 3, 2021

Find a superhero cape and a pen, because it is Will Eisner Week at the Tompkins County Public Library. The library holds the week every March in honor of the late cartoonist, Will Eisner.


Becoming numb to injustice

By | Mar 3, 2021

But my numbness has come from years of seeing people that look like me perpetually abused by a country that was built on our backs.