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The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.

Review: Folk artist releases earthly album with butterfly theme

By Jasmine Morrow, Contributing Writer October 30, 2020
Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.
Junior Alex Coburn directed a film for her Advanced Cinema Production: Fiction Film class in March 2018.  The film, “Love is For Suckers,” was a dark coming-of-age comedy about vampires. The paper shes about to have published discusses a Czech New Wave film that expresses feminism through a story about vampires.

Q&A: Junior to publish paper on feminism in Czech New Wave film

By Matilde Bechet February 4, 2019

During Communist rule in the Czech Republic, movie creators had to get creative when expressing their critiques of the regime through their art. Two Czech filmmakers, Ester Krumbachová and Jaromil Jireš,...

Women serve as bright spot for US in underwhelming Olympics

By Danielle Allentuck, Columnist February 27, 2018
After earning more medals than the men for the first time since 1998, the women of the US Olympic team deserve recognition.
From left, Eddie Mostert 17, Will Greg 17, Madeline Van Dam 17, and senior Julia Keahey pose on the red carpet at the Banff Mountain Film festival in Canada. Banff features short films and documentaries on mountain life.

Student documentary shown at international film festival

By Silas White, Assistant Life and Culture Editor November 1, 2017
“A professor from the University of Oregon said she’d love to screen it and have us call in and talk about it. That was really cool.”
Senior Mac Chasin and Sophomore Josie Berman competed in the Maccabiah Games in Israel. Chasin won the gold medal with USA basketball while Berman won the silver medal in USA water polo.

Two athletes represent Team USA at the Maccabiah Games

By Annette Hogan, Senior Writer August 30, 2017
Senior basketball player Marc Chasin and sophomore swimmer Josie Berman traveled to Tel Aviv, Israel to compete in the 20th Maccabiah Games.

American baseball to be a new force in World Baseball Classic

By Nick Fustor, Columnist March 21, 2017
It's important for baseball to staying ahead of other sports in terms of a global game during a Trump Presidency.
From left,  freshman Colten Lavery from Alberta, Canada; sophomore Stefan Lazarevic from Belgrade, Serbia ;freshman Minos Stavrakas from Greece; and sophomore Mihir Siddartha from Dubai.

IC men’s tennis team sees spike in international players

By Caitie Ihrig, Assistant Sports Editor February 22, 2017
The popularity of the sport worldwide and the influence of technology have made it easier for Division III schools like Ithaca College to recruit international tennis players.
Emily Morley ’16 competes in sculling Sept. 27, 2015 on the Cayuga Inlet. She represented the Bahamas in the single sculling event at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

Chasing History: Rower begins Olympic qualification quest

By Danielle Allentuck, Assistant Sports Editor February 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.
The mens basketball team huddles together before a Jan. 26, 2015 matchup against Alfred at Ben Light Gymnasium. Alfred defeated the college 84–81 on Jan. 9, 2016 at the James A. McLane Physical Education Center.

Weekly Recap: Men’s basketball splits first four conference games

By Alex Wong, Staff Writer January 10, 2016
The men's basketball team raised the curtain on Empire 8 Conference play with a 2–2 record in the squad's first four conference contests.
From left, sophomore Elijah Greene and junior Tim Conners work on their debate skills together at the speech and debate team meeting Nov. 10. The team recently took first place for debate at a Boston competition.

Speech and debate team wins first place in debate category

By Jessica Ferreira, Staff Writer November 10, 2015
Ithaca College’s speech and debate team recently won first place in the debating event of the Suffolk Fall Classic Speech and Debate Tournament. At the end of the competition, the top three spots were held by the college’s team.
Defensive backs coach attends First and Goal Foundation camp

Defensive backs coach attends First and Goal Foundation camp

By Andrew Sullivan, Staff Writer September 2, 2015
Assistant football coach Jack Mronzinski helped fight pediatric cancer over the summer.
Brianne Jenner looks on after passing the puck to a Cornell University teammate during the women’s hockey team’s 8–2 win over Union College.

Cornell hockey forward returns after gold medal in Sochi

By Karly Redpath, Senior Writer February 4, 2015
Cornell hockey forward Brianne Jenner helped Team Canada to a gold medal in the Sochi Olympics.
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