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January 23, 2022
Ithaca, NY | 19°F

The Handwerker Gallery opens its doors once again

By | Feb 23, 2021

Art Preparator Brian Quan and senior Annie Shaw are working hard to prepare the Handwerker Gallery for its opening Feb. 24.


A drum roll for Marching Music’s Major League

By | Feb 18, 2021

Some Ithaca College students spend hours practicing their instruments, working out and rehearsing routines so they can be in top shape for the competitive world of Drum Corps International (DCI).


Ithaca’s drag scene on the screen

By | Feb 18, 2021

Walk to the couch, open up a laptop and pull up Flame Night Fever, a virtual drag and burlesque show, on Twitch.


Professor depicts days in the desert in new documentary

By | Feb 17, 2021

Cathy Crane, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, releases new documentary titled “Crossing Columbus.”


Couples keep love alive online

By | Feb 13, 2021

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, one of the few holidays left unscathed by the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching. Love is in the air, but relationships look a little different this year.


Virtual concert honors civil rights activists

By | Feb 11, 2021

Messages of joy, resilience and progress were all expressed in the images and videos of the annual MLK Celebration Concert.


Student passion project questions the meaning of art

By | Feb 10, 2021

Sophomore Jake Orloff introduces the student-created show “A Piece of Art” in a video recorded to tease the show and raise money for production.


Writing professor appointed as poet laureate

By | Feb 9, 2021

Christine Kitano, assistant professor in the Department of Writing at Ithaca College, has been named the Poet Laureate of Tompkins County.


Prism lights and little bites return to The Commons

By | Dec 4, 2020

The Downtown Ithaca Alliance (DIA) combined the Winter Light Festival with the Bite of Ithaca restaurant promotion to create the Winter Lights & Bites Festival.


Musicians keep the rhythm flowing through the pandemic

By | Nov 25, 2020

Local musicians have found time to create new pieces of music since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Q&A: Student makes jewelry to benefit Black Lives Matter

By | Nov 24, 2020

Ithaca College junior Annie Marie Peña-Castellanos makes and sells jewelry to support Black Lives Matter organizations and bail funds.


Ithaca Music Forum to host lecture from ethnomusicologist

By | Nov 20, 2020

Stories in music paint a vivid musical picture for listeners. Ana Alonso-Minutti will give a lecture on the long, despondent history of La Llorona.