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Writers at IC create stories away from campus

By , | Nov 20, 2020

Students and faculty in the Ithaca College Department of Writing have found new ways to stay creative during the pandemic.


Virtual classes fall flat for music students and faculty

By , | Nov 6, 2020

Online classes for Fall 2020 have posed difficulties in teaching and learning for faculty and students in the School of Music.


Ithaca residents celebrate socially distanced Halloween

By | Oct 30, 2020

With COVID-19 making trick-or-treating and other Halloween festivities harder, Ithaca residents have found new ways to celebrate the holiday.


Theater professors wait in the wings during Broadway shutdown

By | Oct 23, 2020

Many professors in the Department of Theatre Arts have worked on professional productions, bringing what they learned back to their classes.


Stories of justice painted into Ithaca murals

By | Oct 16, 2020

Bold, bright colors express even bolder ideas at the Underground Railroad mural displayed beneath the Aurora Street bridge on Green Street.


Student uses video games as medium for virtual photography

By | Oct 9, 2020

Walberg, a cinema and photography major, used photo mode in video games to take photographs with a real-life quality.


Documentary by IC graduates selected for film festivals

By | Oct 2, 2020

Tara Eng ’20, Kristen Harrison ’20, Alex Klein ’20 and Alisha Tamarchenko ’20, spent nearly every weekend filming “On the Fenceline” during Fall 2019.


Student uses TikTok platform to host musical theater workshops

By | Sep 25, 2020

Ithaca College sophomore Alexa Chalnick has approximately 592,200 followers on the short-video app TikTok after posting songwriting challenges.


Ithaca museums curate reopening plans during pandemic

By , | Sep 18, 2020

Five Ithaca-based museums have developed plans around New York state’s guidelines for museum reopenings.


Ithaca theaters adjust to COVID-19

By | Sep 11, 2020

The fall seasons at Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts and local theaters in Ithaca will look different this year because of the coronavirus.


Traveling the world with colorful clothes

By | Mar 5, 2020

The national flags of Spain, Brazil, Korea, Colombia and other countries hung from the ceiling of the Emerson Suites as students filed through the doors.


Politics meets Introduction to Print Media class

By | Feb 27, 2020

Political movements call for change through protests, speeches or executive action from national leaders.