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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

WATCH: Student workers maintain the Ithaca College Natural Lands

By | Oct 12, 2017

“Engaging with the natural environments around us tends to promote our own well-being and inspire pro-environmental behaviors, as well,” Brenner said.

Q&A: Former theater student makes her debut on Broadway

By | Oct 11, 2017

I was kind of planning on transitioning to communications. When I got “Saigon,” that’s when I left school and that’s what got me back into theater.

WATCH: New club dedicates itself to ‘Super Smash Bros.’

By | Oct 10, 2017

As Mario shot a fireball at Princess Peach, knocking her offscreen, the crowd emitted a loud combination of cheers, groans and laughter.

Review: Stellar science fiction sequel cuts deep

By | Oct 10, 2017

“Blade Runner” handles the idea of artificial intelligence better than most science fiction films. “2049” updates that idea for a new audience.

Review: Bizarre pop star goes far in ‘Poppy.Computer’

By | Oct 9, 2017

Poppy is more than that girl who makes weird shorts on YouTube — she captivates audiences with her music, just like with her peculiar videos.

Review: Cult-classic killer is better off dead

By | Oct 6, 2017

“Cult of Chucky” is a disappointing addition to the “Child’s Play” franchise. It does not bring anything new to the Chucky mythos.

Review: Comics for the week of 10/4

By , | Oct 5, 2017

“Batman: White Knight #1”
Written and Drawn by Sean Murphy
Hell hath no fury like a Joker scorned.

Annual film festival brings Latin American movies to Ithaca

By | Oct 4, 2017

This is the event’s fourth year but is the first to involve formal collaboration with Cornell University and Ithaca College students.

Q&A: Aspiring hip-hop artist establishes himself in Ithaca

By | Oct 3, 2017

That’s a big part of what rap is about, just saying what you want and trying to change the world politically.

Review: ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ humanizes eccentric pop star

By | Oct 3, 2017

The story being told is a story of triumph — triumph over cultural adversity, triumph over family struggles and triumph over physical hindrances.

Review: Netflix horror-thriller doesn’t play around

By | Oct 2, 2017

Based on the novel by Stephen King, “Gerald’s Game” is a twisted, violent psychological thriller about a woman’s fight to survive.

Review: Salinger biopic gets caught up in the details

By | Oct 2, 2017

“Rebel in the Rye” is a film in crisis. It does not have an identity because Strong tries to check every box on the true-story-period-piece checklist.