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Winter Blues: How students cope with seasonal depression

By | Apr 6, 2016

The gray winter and the lack of consistency in the weather has notably impacted students such as senior Nicolas Rocco who struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as seasonal depression.


Former inmates create plays through Civic Ensemble program

By | Mar 23, 2016

Civic Ensemble’s ReEntry Theatre Program gives those who were recently incarcerated the opportunity to create their own plays.


Review: Deeper themes spell success for Disney

By | Mar 21, 2016

The decision of directors Byron Howard, Rich Moore and Jared Bush to tackle issues of prejudice through the animal world was a gutsy move — one that ultimately paid off.


Ithaca College professors contribute to National Film Registry

The National Film Registry chooses films each year for preservation because of their historical significance to American society, and nine Ithaca College professors have written essays for some of these films.


Presentation to explore new musical instruments

By | Feb 4, 2016

Cornell University Trevor Pinch will be hosting a presentation about new sounds and new instrument on Feb. 9.


Fly Girls: The Harmon family fights for the rights of WASPs

By | Jan 27, 2016

Elaine Danforth Harmon served as a WASP during World War II, and when she passed away in 2015, she was denied burial at Arlington National Cemetery. Now, her family has started a petition to grant the WASPs the rights they deserve.


Campus unrest inspires freshman production

By , | Dec 8, 2015

Freshman in the class U.S. Social Activist Theatre and Performance: History and Praxis will be putting on a play inspired by the recent events on campus on Dec. 11.


Strength In Faith: Muslim students remain grounded in faith

By | Nov 18, 2015

Muslim students continue battling misconceptions and staying true to Islam both on campus and in their lives.


First-generation students at Ithaca College driven to succeed

By | Sep 9, 2015

First-generation college students, the first in their family to attend higher education, face various challenges but are driven by their family background to achieve success.


Gluten-free eaters go against the grain

By | Sep 2, 2015

Sophomore Laura Stedge remembers constantly eating pasta and pizza when she was in middle school.


Art department hires full-time professor for new graphic design minor

By | Aug 25, 2015

The art department will see a fusion of art, strategic communication and computer science in the new graphic design minor.


Review: Latest “Jurassic” film creates world of thrilling adventure

By | Jun 26, 2015

Filled with just the right amount of riveting suspense and nonstop action, “Jurassic World” proves that dinosaurs are just as riveting and entertaining as ever.