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IC Student shares artistic opportunities on social media

By | Sep 1, 2021

With all of the ensembles, acapella groups, choirs and dance companies at Ithaca College, it can be easy for students looking to get involved in the arts to get overwhelmed. 


Commentary: Choreographers are essential workers

By | Dec 9, 2020

Though different in nature, my work as a choreographer is as essential as a medical professional’s work.


Q&A: Professor presents at national conference

By | Nov 9, 2020

Part of the fun of being in the circle is the fact that you do see everybody, and, whether you’re holding hands or not, you’re part of this community.


IC Theatre Lab stays connected with their community

By The Ithacan | Nov 6, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ithaca College is doing remote learning for the Fall 2020 semester.


Step team shares culture through movement

By | Oct 30, 2019

The stage lights fade up as four members of the step team D.O.P.E.


Salsa Night brings Latino culture to Ithaca

By | Oct 3, 2019

Every Wednesday night at AGAVA, it is normal for vibrant music and energetic dancers to fill every corner of the restaurant.


Q&A: Professor’s dance company receives grant

By | Sep 25, 2019

The grant, allocated by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, will help the company create interactive digital resources to increase dance literacy.


Review: Singles for the week of 4/19

By | Apr 20, 2019

“Easy”
Tycho, Saint Sinner
Released April 17, 2019
Mom + Pop/ Ninja Tune
Tycho is known for composing glittering, ambient techno soundscapes.


Review: Singles for the week of 3/24

By | Mar 24, 2019

“Patience”
Tame Impala
Released March 22, 2019
An Island Records Australia
Silvery and psychedelic, Tame Impala’s new single “Patience” is as colorful as the band’s earlier work.


Dance team culture delivers style and self-expression

By | Oct 23, 2018

“We dance to Shakira,” Hejl said. “‘Hips Don’t Lie’ is our go-to song. Anytime that’s on, you immediately stop what you’re doing, and you just go. It’s Shakira time.”


Clubs celebrate Korean music through dance and discussion

By | Oct 3, 2018

“For some people, K-pop can be refreshing and new,” Dotten said. “It can be something people find fascinating.”