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August 4, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

‘Deja View’ – “The Invisible Man” (2020) vs “The Invisible Man” (1933)

By | Jul 28, 2020

The Ithacan · ‘Deja View’ – “The Invisible Man” (2020) vs “The Invisible Man” (1933)

In Deja View’s newest episode since February, host Rachael Weinburg reviews “The Invisible Man” (1933) and “The Invisible Man” (2020), which stars Elizabeth Moss and was directed by Leigh Whannell.

IC provides updates on campus life for 2020–21 academic year

By | Jul 25, 2020

The Return to Campus Task Force provided information about campus life during the 2020–21 academic year at the All-Student Gathering July 23. 

Anti-racism books make reading lists and top of the charts

By | Jul 23, 2020

The murder of George Floyd, its accompanying protests and the coronavirus pandemic putting the world on pause have resulted in a nationwide reckoning.

IC and Liberty League suspend all fall athletic competition

By , | Jul 22, 2020

Ithaca College and Liberty League have suspended intercollegiate athletics for the Fall 2020 season due to COVID-19 safety concerns.

IC announces room and board reduction for Fall 2020

By | Jul 22, 2020

The college will decrease the cost of room and board for most students for Fall 2020 based on when the student moves in.

Stillwater Magazine to host virtual celebration of Issue No. 59

By | Jul 21, 2020

“Swimmers” by Jack Powell ’20 is an image included in the upcoming virtual release of the 59th issue of Stillwater Magazine on July 24.

Commentary: Power is listening, but the action is revolutionary

By | Jul 19, 2020

As the Students of Color Coalition senator and a P.O.C. individual, I am demanding Ithaca College to work and collaborate with P.O.C. students.

Ithaca musicians rock out for Black Lives Matter benefit concert

By | Jul 18, 2020

Nicholas Robinson, a Black hip-hop artist known as Overflow, performed July 10 at a virtual benefit concert for Black Lives Matter Ithaca.

IC students create documentary about COVID-19 experiences

By | Jul 18, 2020

“What COVID-19 Taught Me” is a student documentary created by the Spring 2020 Nonfiction Production class that aired on WCNY, the Syracuse PBS branch.

IC announces move-in plans and safety measures for Fall 2020

By | Jul 17, 2020

Ithaca College will enhance safety precautions, with testing and limitations on who is allowed on campus, as instruction begins in Fall 2020.

Ithaca holds virtual Pride events

By | Jul 16, 2020

The Town of Ithaca does not usually host large Pride Month events because most of the college student population is gone in June.

Review: Late artist travels the world in drill album

By | Jul 13, 2020

Bashar Jackson, known as Pop Smoke, died five months before the release of his debut album. Fans lamented the artist and career that could have been.

30 Bombers earn All-American status despite coronavirus cancellations

By | Jul 12, 2020

Several coaches associations have altered their normal All-American criteria to honor all student-athletes whose national championships were canceled.

Deans pinpoint students for early return

By | Jul 10, 2020

Leadership from all five Ithaca College schools have proposed cohorts of students who will return campus in the first two weeks of staggered move in in September. 

Students from states with high COVID-19 level unable to move out

By | Jul 10, 2020

Ithaca College is prohibiting students from several states from returning to move out their belongings in accordance with a new state mandate.

TikTok dances spotlight pop music and small creators

By | Jul 9, 2020

Pop music has received quite the boost from TikTok, the latest and exceptionally popular video-sharing social media app.

Review: Documentary opens discussion on transgender representation

By | Jul 8, 2020

“Disclosure” is a helpful tool for educating its audience about the often harmful portrays of transgender people in popular Hollywood media.

IC still undecided on fall sports despite Liberty League plan

By | Jul 7, 2020

The Liberty League decided July 7 to resume athletics this fall. The plan stated that fall athletics will begin no earlier than Sept. 26.

Review: Long-awaited book lacks informative story

By | Jul 4, 2020

When John Bolton announced he was writing a book about his experience as national security adviser, pandemonium ensued.