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May 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Animated biopic paints a powerful portrait of legacy

By | Nov 7, 2017

Unfortunately, the writing doesn’t reach the standard of its own technical execution.

Review: Netflix’s ‘Death Note’ has a paper-thin plot

By | Sep 5, 2017

“Death Note” is neither a strong stand-alone story nor is it a compelling retelling of the manga.

Review: ‘Manchester by the Sea’ drowns viewers in despair

By | Feb 21, 2017

Death is final and guilt can be eternal. This crushing honesty elevates “Manchester by the Sea” above and beyond 2016’s other cinematic offerings.

Our Car-Centered Society

By | Sep 29, 2014

While walking along Route 65 out of Maumee and toward Toledo, a pick-up truck operated by a sleeping driver struck me head on. Unlike the unfortunate Peace Marcher in 1986, I can live to tell the tale.

Political club tackles social issues in production

By | Apr 16, 2014

IC Greens, Ithaca College’s Green Party, is producing a production of “The Laramie Project” and “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later,” the story of a gay college student named Matthew Shepard who was tied to a fence and beaten to death because of his sexuality on April 24–27.

IC alumna killed by falling tree in Queens, NY

By | Aug 10, 2013

Pregnant Ithaca College alumna Yingyi Li-Dikov, M.S. ’08 is killed after being struck by a falling tree in Kissena Park in Queens. Li-Dikov is a 2008 graduate of the college’s now defunct master’s degree in sport management program.

Foreign policy post-Chavez

By | Mar 24, 2013

Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “Bolivarian” leader, passed away March 5, leaving many around the world asking: What will Venezuela look like without Chavez? Chavez, who led the country since taking power in 1998, seems to be just as divisive in death as he was when he was alive. Even his interim successor was contentious. Chavez…

College mourns loss of retired professor

By | Jan 24, 2013

The Ithaca College community was saddened by the unexpected loss of Frank Musgrave, a retired economics professor, on Jan. 2. Musgrave, 80, died four days after being diagnosed with pneumonia, his wife Eva May Musgrave said. Musgrave was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1934 and grew up in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey.  He…

Video: Snap Judgment – How are you preparing for the end of the world?

By | Dec 12, 2012

According to the Mayan calendar, the world will end Dec. 21, 2012. Students at Ithaca College answered what they are doing to prepare for the end of the world.

Did the “one hour photo” speed the death of film?

By | Oct 30, 2012

The lack of quality in one hour photo shops may have led to a faster demise of film in the consumer world.

Towers dining hall manager remembered

By | Oct 4, 2012

Timothy Richard Leonard, 64, passed away unexpectedly at Cayuga Medical Center on Monday. Leonard was the manager of the Ithaca College Towers Dining Hall.

Staff member passes away

By | Apr 16, 2012

Leslie Schettino, director of Ithaca College’s Office of Student Disability Services, died Thursday evening, according to an Intercom release authored by Marisa Kelly, provost and vice president of academic affairs.