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April 15, 2021
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Couples keep love alive online

By | Feb 13, 2021

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, one of the few holidays left unscathed by the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching. Love is in the air, but relationships look a little different this year.


Football player named to national student-athlete council

By | Feb 11, 2021

As the new Liberty League representative in the national SAAC, Watson will help generate a student-athlete voice in the NCAA.


Student passion project questions the meaning of art

By | Feb 10, 2021

Sophomore Jake Orloff introduces the student-created show “A Piece of Art” in a video recorded to tease the show and raise money for production.


Commentary: Faculty cuts diminish degree value

By | Feb 10, 2021

As someone who will likely have both of their liberal arts majors eliminated, the value of my degree has depreciated significantly.


Review: Crime thriller lacks genuine suspense

By | Feb 9, 2021

“The Little Things” is a stereotypical cop film about a veteran and a new detective investigating a string of identical murders. The actors are energetic but cannot compensate for the bland script.


Review: Singles for the week 2/1

By | Feb 7, 2021

Review: Singles for the week 2/1


Vogue cover undermines Black trailblazers

By | Feb 4, 2021

Thanks to the December 2020 issue of Vogue, Harry Styles has been deemed the most recent leader in androgyny among male artists.


Review: Magic teen drama lacks imagination

By | Feb 2, 2021

Netflix’s “Fate: The Winx Saga” is a new, gritty live-action adaptation of “Winx Club,” but instead of whimsical magic, viewers are confronted with drugs, murder and steamy romance.


Students express concerns with faculty cuts at SGC meeting

By | Jan 27, 2021

Students expressed concerns about the draft proposal for faculty and program cuts at the Student Governance Council (SGC) meeting Jan. 25. 


Tompkins County has largest single-day COVID-19 case increase

By | Jan 21, 2021

Tompkins County had 62 new COVID-19 cases Jan. 20, the largest single-day increase of positives since the beginning of the pandemic. 


Health department announces five COVID-19 deaths

By | Jan 7, 2021

The Tompkins County Health Department has reported five more resident deaths related to COVID-19 since Dec. 23.


Ithaca City School District moves to remote instruction

By | Dec 16, 2020

Due to community spread of COVID-19 and the number of students and staff members in quarantine, the ICSD is moving to remote instruction until January.