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May 6, 2021
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Local bookstore celebrates a decade of community ownership

By | Apr 7, 2021

Ithaca resident Mahinder Kingra browses for books in the science fantasy section at Buffalo Street Books on April 3.


Music students take initiative to take care of their mental health

By | Apr 7, 2021

From left, sophomore Tim Coene and junior Erin Smith use one of the new mental health rooms they helped to create in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.


Taylor Swift is back and better than ever

By | Apr 7, 2021

From left, freshman roommates Allie Barbaro and Lauren Lubenow enjoy their favorite Taylor Swift song “All Too Well” outside Tallcott Hall. Swift is releasing her album “Fearless” on April 9.


ICTV members return to the studio

By | Mar 24, 2021

Last March, the studios of one of Ithaca College’s longest running programs, ICTV, were silent and empty. However, after nearly a year of remote production, the cast and crew have finally returned.


In-person performances return to the School of Music

By | Mar 24, 2021

Junior Harris Andersen, a piano performance major, plays the piano March 20 in Hockett Family Recital Hall for his junior recital. In-person concerts have returned to the School of Music.


Ithaca College Bureau of Concerts hosts early 2000’s heartthrob

By | Mar 24, 2021

The Ithaca College Bureau of Concerts hosted a virtual meet and greet with Jesse McCartney, musical heartthrob of the early 2000s, for students 8 p.m. March 22.


Local writers honor their journeys with reading series

By | Mar 17, 2021

Raza Rumi, journalist and director of the Park Center for Independent Media, was featured in the March 16 reading.


Buy Nothing Project comes to Ithaca

By | Mar 17, 2021

Buy Nothing Caption: The Buy Nothing Project connects members in the same community to establish a local gift-giving economy.


Ithaca creates affordable housing for local artists

By | Mar 17, 2021

The Ithaca Arthaus is an affordable housing apartment building for artists currently under construction at 130 Cherry St. The ground floor will feature an art gallery.


SHARE farm saved by the community

By | Mar 10, 2021

The SHARE farm holds a peach tree planting ceremony each spring, inviting the nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and neighbors to participate.


Art professors adapt to a different medium

By | Mar 10, 2021

With the transition to hybrid classes, art professors have to balance teaching students on Zoom and in person while abiding by COVID-19 safety guidelines.


Virtual concert series raises money for social change

By | Mar 9, 2021

Songs for Change, a student-run virtual concert series, is using music to raise money for mutual aid organizations that support communities of color.