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‘Pop Off!’ – Top 10 “Succession” Episodes

February 20, 2024
'Pop Off!' is an Ithacan podcast hosted by first year student Ethan Kaufman where each episode he brings on a guest to discuss and rank TV shows, music, movies and more.
Lost Girls is a grim but biting portrayal of a based-on-real-life story that follows a woman looking for her lost daughter and, in turn, leads police to solve the cases of missing sex workers.

Review: Film details horrors of true crime story

By Jackson Noel April 7, 2020
"Lost Girls" is a grim but biting portrayal of a based-on-real-life story that follows a woman looking for her lost daughter.
From left, director Wendy Dann and actor Karl Gregory work on a scene in “Every Brilliant Thing.” The play encourages audience participation and addresses themes of mental illness.

Interactive play addresses themes of depression and suicide

By Kara Bowen, Staff Writer November 1, 2017
Every character besides the narrator is played by a member of the audience. Some stay in their seats ... while others are brought onto the stage.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is an adaptation of the 2010 nonfiction bestseller by Rebecca Skloots. The film follows Rebecca (Rose Byrne) as she uncovers the truth about one of the most important medical events of the 20th century.

Review: HBO original film lacks artistic purpose

By Jake Leary, Assistant Life and Culture Editor April 26, 2017
It isn’t the job of art to answer questions, but to ask them — “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” does the bare minimum.
Actor Marcus Scribner gives a speech during the Rod Serling Award ceremony the evening of Nov. 16. The winner of the award was Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish.”

Creator of ‘Black-ish’ Kenya Barris wins Rod Serling Award

By Jake Leary, Staff Writer November 27, 2016
Ithaca College recognizes Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” with the Rod Serling Award.
David Simon accepts the Rod Serling Award for Advancing Social Justice Through Popular Media Feb. 4 in Los Angeles.

David Simon receives inaugural Rod Serling Award

By Meredith Husar, Staff Writer February 6, 2016
The Rod Serling Award for Advancing Social Justice Through Popular Media was presented to David Simon Feb. 4 at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles.

The Hot Stove: Moving on after varsity athletics

By Steve Derderian, Columnist December 2, 2014
Columnist Steve Derderian shares his view on student-athletes inevitably moving on from their respective sports.

The Hot Stove: Minimizing harm key for esports

By Steve Derderian, Columnist November 3, 2014
Columnist Steve Derderian believes we need to minimize the potential harm that comes with esports, rather than debate whether or not it's a sport.

Is There Too Much Pressure on HBO’s Looking?

By Jared Wolf February 3, 2014

I'll admit it: five years of Ryan Murphy tyranny has given me major trust issues about gay representations in the mainstream media, so I was prepared to hate Looking. With the kind of hype that the show...

Kristy’s Corner: Answering why sports matter

By Andrew Kristy, Columnist January 22, 2014
In his first column, Andrew Kristy tackles the question of why sports matter

So Dennis Rodman is representing your country in North Korea

By Andrew Kristy February 27, 2013
When a polarizing guy is sent into North Korea, people go bananas.

Emmy 2012 prediction: Best drama series

By Chloe Wilson September 23, 2012
Predicting the winner of the 2012 "Outstanding Drama Series" Emmy.
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