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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

July 11, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

College students use social media for creative self-expression

By | Dec 5, 2019

With each college class, a new social media platform seems to take over.

Student documentary wrestles with mental health

By | Dec 4, 2019

On an October night in 2018, a woman in a shiny black leotard stood inside a homemade wrestling ring with blood dripping down her face and streaking her blue face paint as she surveyed her opponent.

New Winter Lights Festival will illuminate The Commons

By | Dec 4, 2019

Last December, blocks of ice were carved into dragons, knights and a surfing goat in downtown Ithaca.

Bob Dylan and his Band perform on campus

By | Nov 21, 2019

As the rows of seats placed across the Ithaca College Athletics and Events Center began to fill for folk-rock singer Bob Dylan’s concert Nov.

Astronomy Club plans events to engage with the community

By | Nov 21, 2019

Gazing up at Ithaca’s clear night skies, one may wonder what exactly is up there just beyond the stratosphere.

Exhibit reflects professor’s relationship with culture

By | Nov 20, 2019

There was light chatter in the Ithaca College Roy H.

Annual National Novel Writing Month fosters creativity

By | Nov 14, 2019

On a cold, dark Friday night, the Alley Cat Cafe in downtown Ithaca is a warm safe haven from the harsh weather.

Documentary film festival features the unconventional

By | Nov 13, 2019

An audience sits quietly in front of a screen in Cinemapolis, watching the curated movie selections of the Outer Docs Film Festival on Nov.

The Bookery closing after 45 years of business

By | Nov 13, 2019

In The Bookery, a small used book store in Dewitt Mall, shelves that were kept full for 45 years are now half-empty.

Students build businesses out of personal passions

By | Nov 7, 2019

Before sophomore Luna McCulloch came to Ithaca College to study film, she said art was already a huge part of her life.

Challah for Hunger bakes bread and takes action against hunger

By | Nov 6, 2019

Early in the afternoon on Thursdays, select members of IC Challah for Hunger meet in the Terrace Dining Hall bakery and prepare dough for challah.

Q&A: Ithaca native explores science and religion in first book

By | Nov 5, 2019

Ithaca native Sasha Sagan wrote her first full-length novel, “For Small Creatures Such As We: Rituals for Meaning in Our Unlikely World,” focusing on her family history, experience with religion and relationship with the scientific community.