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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 11, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: “Triple Frontier” lacks ingenuity and sincerity

By | Mar 24, 2019

“Triple Frontier” is shaped by three things — a cataclysmic heist feat, bitter ex-soldiers and the blurry setting in which director J.C.

Ithaca professor leads social justice workshops at Juilliard

By | Sep 26, 2017

“The point of those exercises is to teach you what your gut reaction is, so you can learn what your inherent biases are and point them out.”

Chasing History: Rower begins Olympic qualification quest

By | Feb 16, 2016

Senior Emily Morley is attempting to become the first citizen of the Bahamas to qualify for rowing in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Brazilian swimmer excels for Bombers after cultural change

By | Feb 11, 2015

Originally from Brazil, freshman Nilza Costa has had an outstanding first year on the swim team.

Reuters World Cup Poll Gets It All Wrong

By | Apr 15, 2014

On Monday, major news agency Reuters published a poll stating two out of three Americans do not plan to follow this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, suggesting the U.S.

Faculty Research: International project studies research reproducibility

By | Apr 9, 2014

It was September of Fall 2013, and our Social Judgment Research Team in psychology had signed on to be part of the “Many Labs” project, the largest study of reproducibility in the history of psychology.

Kristy’s Corner: These sport films with give you chills

By | Feb 11, 2014

Columnist Andrew Kristy examines five sport documentaries to had to your queue.

‘Innocence of Muslims’ video sparks violence and global debate

By | Sep 27, 2012

The Ithaca College community combats violence by emphasizing moderate aspects of the faith in the wake of anti-American protests.