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Kristin (Toni Collette) finds herself entangled in a mob war in director Catherine Hardwickes new comedy Mafia Mamma.

Review: New crime comedy lacks simplicity and cleverness

By Patrick Mazzella, Staff Writer April 25, 2023
Toni Collette stars in "Mafia Mamma," a comedy that lacks the charm to create a theater experience worth remembering.
Caleb Slater 18 is a Republican candidate for District 48 in the New York State Senate with three main political focuses: education, energy and crime.

Q&A: IC alum and New York State Senate candidate discusses platform

By Lorien Tyne, News Editor March 22, 2023
Caleb Slater ’18 is running for the New York State Senate District 48. Slater credits his time at Ithaca College for his interest in politics.
Editorial: Regulations are essential to prevent crimes at frats

Editorial: Regulations are essential to prevent crimes at frats

By The Ithacan, The Ithacan December 7, 2022
Fraternities have become so powerful over time that they are hardly held accountable for the crimes they commit.
From left, the friendship formed between coworkers Cullen (Eddie Redmayne) and Amy Loughren (Jessica Chastain) suddenly changes when a patient in their care unexpectedly dies.

Review: Lack of motivation leaves true story feeling empty

By Lily Lipka, Staff Writer November 8, 2022
Adapted from a 2013 novel that was based on a true story, "The Good Nurse" feels diluted, leaving viewers wondering why this story needed to be told.
Giving a much-needed breath of fresh air to the crime-thriller genre, “I Care a Lot” is a gratifying adrenaline rush from start to finish.

Review: Crime-thriller film gives power to female leads

By Sydney Brumfield, Staff Writer March 2, 2021
Giving a much-needed breath of fresh air to the crime-thriller genre, “I Care a Lot” is a gratifying adrenaline rush from start to finish.
Cornell University Police received a call of bombs being placed in Law School, Goldwin Smith, Upson Hall and Kennedy Hall at 2:12 p.m.

No ongoing threat to campus after reported armed robbery

By Madison Fernandez, News Editor December 5, 2019
An armed robbery has been reported at a dormitory room in Terrace 3. The suspects fled the area. No one was injured in the robbery.
Cornell University Police received a call of bombs being placed in Law School, Goldwin Smith, Upson Hall and Kennedy Hall at 2:12 p.m.

UPDATE: Car stolen from Ithaca College parking lot found

By Grace Elletson, Editor in Chief February 16, 2019
A car was stolen from an Ithaca College parking lot sometime between 7 and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15.
Public Safety officers knocked on the doors of Circle Apartments on Dec. 6 to  inform residents about the burglaries and ensure that they have locked their doors.

Student burglar suspect posts bail and awaits trial

By Laura O'Brien, Assistant News Editor December 13, 2018
The Ithaca College student who was arrested and charged for the Nov. 23 burglary of Circle Apartment 341 is currently at home following a hospitalization for mental health reasons.
Public Safety investigates three burglaries at Circle Apartments

Public Safety investigates three burglaries at Circle Apartments

By Maggie McAden, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2018
Three burglaries occurred at the Ithaca College Circle Apartments sometime during the night of Nov. 9 and the morning of Nov. 10, according to the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.
White Boy Rick tells the true story of Rick Wershe Jr. (Richie Merritt), the youngest undercover drug peddler for the FBI.

Review: Drug drama falls short of pulse-pounding premise

By Danny Motta, Contributing Writer September 23, 2018
“White Boy Rick” is never boring — it’s simply disappointing how much more it could have been.
Editorial: College still susceptible to violence in Ithaca area

Editorial: College still susceptible to violence in Ithaca area

April 19, 2017
Despite what statistics show, many students are still lulled into a false sense of security at the college.
Bill Kerry, the director of Public Safety, estimates that 30 to 35 percent of the Ithaca College Public Safety Patrol positions are currently vacant.

New Public Safety director outlines his plans for the future

By Jack Sears, Staff Writer April 3, 2017
Staff Writer Jack Sears spoke with Kerry about his plans to improve relations with Public Safety and other goals he has for the office.
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