May 28, 2023
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Review: Gracie Abrams wishes ‘Good Riddance’ to her past

By | Mar 19, 2023

“Good Riddance” provides a window into artist Gracie Abrams’ mind. What makes it even more impressive is that this is her debut album.

Short horror film spooks 1 million on Youtube

By | Mar 8, 2023

“Portrait of God,” a seven-minute short horror film with one character and a small production team, has received 1 million views on YouTube.

Sisters team up to play for IC women’s lacrosse

By | Mar 8, 2023

For Ithaca College women’s lacrosse sophomore defender Kaitlyn Russell, she is not only a part of a family on the field, but she has actual family on the team.

Project Look Sharp globalizes media literacy despite earthquake

By | Mar 8, 2023

Asli Sezgin, a visiting postdoctoral researcher at IC, was waiting to board a plane in Turkey to travel to New York and begin work with Project Look Sharp when a massive earthquake hit.

Editorial: BIPOC students are rising up against discrimination

By | Mar 8, 2023

Discrimination on Ithaca College’s campus came to the surface thanks to shared experiences from BIPOC students.

‘Deja View’ – ‘Night of the Living Dead’ (1968)

By The Ithacan | Mar 8, 2023

In Episode 3 of their Horror Series, host Therese Kinirons talks with guest Alex Benowitz about the 1968 classic “Night of the Living Dead”.

Review: Caroline Polachek visualizes desire on new record

By | Mar 7, 2023

“Desire, I Want to Turn Into You” is a convincing title: Polachek seems to be so obsessed with desire itself that she wants to become an emotion.

Editorial: Abortion rights must not be up for religious debate

By | Mar 1, 2023

Conservative republicans prefer less federal intervention and a small government because it gives them more power.

Four wrestlers punch their tickets to national tournament

By | Mar 1, 2023

The Ithaca College wrestling team took second place in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional, hosting the two-day tournament Feb. 24 and 25 in the Glazer Arena. 

SGC meets with Office of Public Safety and Energy Management

By | Mar 1, 2023

SGC met with members of the Office of Public Safety and Energy Management and received a tour of the facilities at its Feb. 27 meeting. 

Column: Cancellation of streaming shows is unfair

By | Mar 1, 2023

Streaming television is the future of content creation, which is why it’s so concerning to see the work of talented artists scrapped from the public.

Review: Third ‘Ant-Man’ film shrinks its potential

By | Mar 1, 2023

It has never been more clear than with “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” that Marvel Studios has sacrificed quality for quantity.