September 25, 2022
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Column: Spider-Man re-release disrespects fans

By | Sep 14, 2022

Sony’s recent re-release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is just one recent example of studios disrespecting fans with lazy, money-milking content.


Column: Movie trailers spoil their films

By | Apr 14, 2022

Movie trailers have the unfortunate tendency to spoil films, resulting in the viewer’s experience being ruined.


Column: Awards lack representation

By | Mar 3, 2022

The film industry severely lacks diversity when it comes to award nominations.


Column: It’s time to ditch cringe culture

By | Feb 10, 2022

If you interact with the internet in any way, you’ve probably stumbled upon the terms cringe, cringy, cringe culture, or something similar.


Political films help viewers to reflect on presidency

By | Feb 25, 2021

With the Trump train derailed for at least a few years, there is time for America to ask itself some important questions. How did we get here? What happened? Where do we go from here?


How are you making friends while taking classes remotely?

By | Oct 12, 2020

Mikayla Tolliver is a current freshman at Ithaca College. In her column, “Ask a Freshman,” she answers questions about her freshman experience.


Why aren’t we doing anything about climate change?

By | Aug 31, 2016

Despite the impending threat to health and security that climate change poses, politicians and voters are not talking about the environment. Addressing climate change should be at the top of the agenda for everyone right now.


Not an A-plus math student

By | May 4, 2016

Year after year of math classes, many of my Asian-American classmates would ace their math tests while I hoped for a B-minus or better.


Revival of the fittest: streaming services bring cult classics back from the dead

By | Sep 20, 2015

So why would Netflix, Hulu and Yahoo revive failed cable and broadcast TV shows?


It has been a great ride

By | May 1, 2013

I went back and forth last spring deciding whether to apply for the position of sports columnist for The Ithacan. Writing for each week’s issue was something I had not taken on before, and I decided to go for it. I could not be happier. Looking back over the past four years, taking myself out…


Between The Lines: The most over-hyped non-sporting sport event

By | Apr 24, 2013

Thursday brings the beginning of the most over-hyped and delusional self-important sporting event of the year, the NFL draft. Don’t get me wrong, I fully realize the importance of the draft to the long-term success of a franchise. This is true for every major sport. However, the problem is that when you sit down to…


Between the Lines: Mayor’s bat rivalry needs new life

By | Apr 18, 2013

Everyone knows all about the Cortaca Jug, but what about the Mayor’s Bat? The prize for the former annual series between the Bombers and Cornell baseball team needs to come back.