June 4, 2023
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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.

Women’s basketball cruises to conference championship game

By | Feb 25, 2023

The Ithaca College women’s basketball team defeated the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers on Feb. 24 in a 73–39 blowout in the Ben Light Gymnasium. 

Strong bodies and minds: Students organize athlete mental health panel

By | Feb 22, 2023

The event allowed the three elite athletes to share their experiences and advice regarding the pressures of high-level sports with a new generation of student-athletes.

Q&A: Retired professor publishes book of poems

By | Feb 22, 2023

Mary Gilliland, a former professor of the Ithaca College Department of Writing, released a new poetry collection in December 2022, “The Devil’s Fools.”

Editorial: Closed stores could open doors for local businesses

By | Feb 22, 2023

After all, businesses fail and succeed all the time, and it is up to consumers to decide which business will succeed.

Course offerings drop but faculty workload rises

By | Feb 22, 2023

Across Ithaca College, there are limited course offerings because of major curricular revisions and faculty cuts made in the 2020–21 academic year.

Graduate student leads men’s basketball through playoff surge

By | Feb 22, 2023

As the Ithaca College men’s basketball season came to an end, graduate student forward Luka Radovich went on a tear through the Liberty League.

‘Deja View’ – “Hereditary” (2018)

By The Ithacan | Feb 21, 2023

In episode 2 of their horror series, host Therese Kinirons talks with guest Sena Namkung about the 2018 family drama “Hereditary”.

Editorial: Man-made causes are to blame for snow droughts

By | Feb 15, 2023

People who created businesses from nature need to be held accountable for all the damage they caused the Earth.

IC students bring diversity to the advertising field

By | Feb 15, 2023

Seniors Steven Howard and Li de Jong will represent Ithaca College in the 26th year of the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Student Program. 

Climate change affects New York State and Ithaca winter

By | Feb 15, 2023

Regions of New York have experienced varying amounts of snow this winter. Despite consistent snowfall in Ithaca, factors indicate climate change.

Women’s basketball works to overcome thin roster

By | Feb 15, 2023

When the Ithaca College women’s basketball team beat the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers on Jan. 28, it did so with just nine active players and seven unable to suit up.