The Ithaca College Game Developers Club created “Rorschach,” a video game in which the player is a patient of the mad Dr. Rory Schach.
Senior students’ artwork was selected to exhibit as part of the senior art show “Letters to Our Future Selves” April 17 to May 18 in the Handwerker Gallery.
Cass Spencer, an award-winning creative and art director, visited the college and gave a lecture on taking advantage of data visualization. Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani spoke with Spencer about his career and design philosophy.
On April 24–27, Ithaca will host its first fringe festival, featuring five different acts. Fringe festivals usually deliver unconventional performances.
IC Greens, Ithaca College’s Green Party, is producing a production of “The Laramie Project” and “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later,” the story of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard who was tied to a fence and beaten to death because of his sexuality on April 24–27.
Kristiina Korpus ’13 gave a talk on April 5 at Ithacon discussing sexism in Japanese anime. Staff Writer Tylor Colby sat down with Korpus to further discuss her thoughts regarding female representation in comic books.
Freshman rapper San Williams performed at the South by Southwest music festival. Williams’ music deviates from many usual staples of hip-hop.
Seniors Jared Corwin, Ella Carr and Jake Minter produced an original musical, “Gaybraham Lincoln,” which surrounds Abraham Lincoln’s secret affair with John Wilkes Booth.