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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 18, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Art exhibit to represent stories of students of color

By | Dec 11, 2018

Women of color and queer people of color’s voices are often drowned out at predominantly white institutions like Ithaca College.

Showcase to empower sexual assault survivors

By | Dec 11, 2018

Ithaca College junior Usman Ishaq and senior Ezgi Irmakkesen will use their bodies and rhythm to encourage dialogue among survivors of sexual assault.

Student rappers stream original music online

By | Dec 5, 2018

Because SoundCloud is such a simple and accessible site for so many, it draws in a large crowd of unknown artists.

Students sail around the world while studying abroad at sea

By | Dec 4, 2018

“I miss wobbling my way around the hallways.”

Ice sculptors compete for prizes on The Commons

By | Dec 4, 2018

Although the cooler months are already in full swing, the city will bundle up this weekend to celebrate the cold rather than combat it.

Meant to help quit cigarettes, Juuls spark new addictions

By | Nov 28, 2018

“SEND ME FREE JUUL PODS FOR LIFE, BITCH!!”

Filmmaker Norman Lear receives Serling Award

By | Nov 28, 2018

On Nov. 15, Norman Lear, legendary filmmaker and activist, was named the recipient of the Serling Award, an honor awarded by Ithaca College.

Dating app starts conversations with a smile

By | Nov 27, 2018

Approximately 1000 people in Ithaca are currently registered on SmileBack and some have said its unique approach to dating-app culture is appealing.

Local tea lounge serves kava and hosts healing events

By | Nov 14, 2018

A bartender is the first to greet patrons who walk in, asking what they would like. It feels cozy, friendly, peaceful and deeply spiritual.

Student fashion expresses culture and confidence

By | Nov 14, 2018

“Fashion is fun,” Lindsay said. “Fashion is self-expression. Fashion is funny. Fashion is anything you want it to be.”

Cherry Artspace pays homage to vaudeville performances

By | Nov 13, 2018

Comedians, ventriloquists, singers and acrobats all nestled into the comfortable chaos of vaudeville performances, which first emerged in the 1850s.

Makeup fans blush, beat and blog on social media sites

By , | Nov 8, 2018

Ithaca College sophomore Lucia Tepper sits in her dorm room, a light and tripod pointing toward her.