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Review: Band of Horses rein in crowd

By | Feb 26, 2014

Band of Horses brings acoustic fun to the State Theatre of Ithaca.

Going Greek: Unaffiliated Greek organizations gain popularity at the college

By | Feb 26, 2014

Despite Ithaca College’s no-Greek policy, some students are involved in fraternities and sororities that are unaffiliated with the college.

Review: ‘Cock’ plunges into sexual identities

By | Feb 26, 2014

Play’s powerful message held back by minimal set design.

Poet holds discussion at Handwerker Gallery

By | Feb 26, 2014

Poet Elizabeth Willis read from her most recent poetry book “Address” and answered questions from the audience on Feb. 25 in the Handwerker Gallery as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers’ series.

Multicultural film festival to explore Israeli customs

By | Feb 26, 2014

Hillel at Ithaca College, the Jewish Studies Program, the Roy H. Park School of Communications and the Center for Academic Excellence will put on the Israel Film Festival March 1–2. The festival will feature three Israeli films: “The Flood,” “The Ballad for Weeping Spring” and “Garden of Eden.”

Eds Up– February 27, 2014

By | Feb 25, 2014

Ithacan editors give you a heads up for what to expect in this weeks upcoming issue on February 27, 2014.

Review: Bold beat-maker boldly weds sounds

By | Feb 19, 2014

Experimental beat-maker creates engaging album.

Quirky French operetta hits Main Stage Theater

By | Feb 19, 2014

The Ithaca College Main Stage Theater production of “L’etoile” comically explores the topics of love and faith.

Review: Radical album trims length

By | Feb 19, 2014

Quick EP delivers in its short run time.

Artist blends found objects with traditional painting

By | Feb 19, 2014

Boston- and Brooklyn-based artist Patte Loper’s work is featured in the Handwerker Gallery until March 7 in an exhibit titled “Your Margins, Your Rivers, Your Diminutive Villages.” She will give a talk at 6 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Handwerker Gallery.

Through the woods: The Readers’ Theatre to present intense thriller

By | Feb 19, 2014

From March 7–9, the Readers’ Theatre will stage a performance of Neil LaBute’s “In A Forest, Dark And Deep,” directed by Cynthia Henderson, associate professor of theater arts at Ithaca College.

Review: Watered-down cyborg flick lacks spark

By | Feb 19, 2014

Remake fails to reach the original’s excellence.