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High Flying Bird exposes the hidden relationship between politics and sports that is not often seen in media. The movie is a refreshing take on sports movies.

Review: “High Flying Bird” shoots and scores

By Noa Covell February 19, 2019

The new Netflix film “High Flying Bird,” which was shot completely on an iPhone, delves deep into the relationship between sports and the politics of the United States’ capitalist society. With...

Junior Connor Lange, a film, photography and visual arts major, writes that advancements in iPhone cameras are great, but they will never replace the job that photographers do.

Commentary: Don’t replace photogs with the iPhone

By Connor Lange, Photo Editor December 4, 2017
Your picture might be a great Instagram post, but don’t ever think that means you can do what we do. Leave it all to the professionals.
Ithaca College students said using cellphones is a part of a set bedtime routine. All 20 students interviewed said they were on their phones before bed for times ranging from 15 minutes to over an hour, affecting the quantity and quality of their sleep.

Recent studies link cellphone use to sleep problems in students

By Annie Estes, Contributing Writer March 30, 2016
Students at Ithaca College and nationwide say they face problems falling asleep and getting enough sleep. Coupled with recent studies on the issue, researchers are saying this could be due to the use of cellphones before bed, and companies like Apple are trying to find ways to change this.
Smartphone technology affects social and academic lives of students

Smartphone technology affects social and academic lives of students

By Kayla Dwyer and Shakirah Ray October 29, 2014
With each wave of technological innovation is a risk of dependence, but smartphone technology presents new challenges for students.
Commentary: Apples iOS 8 has new features worth using

Commentary: Apple’s iOS 8 has new features worth using

By Evan Sobkowicz October 6, 2014
Apple’s new operating system for iPhones and iPads, iOS 8, is apparently the “biggest iOS release ever.”
Bhavani Arabandi, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, discussed global industries and the economic and gender inequalities that often surround them April 7 in the Clark Lounge.

Professor exposes global commodity chain

By Michael Tkaczevski, Staff Writer April 9, 2014
Bhavani Arabandi, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, gave a presentation that investigated the global industries of iPhones and surrogacy clinics April 7 in the Clark Lounge.
From left, juniors Rachel Gray and Kelly Pettigrew lead the weekly meeting of IC Charity Miles in Friends Hall. Gray and Pettigrew founded the club after discovering the smartphone application Charity Miles.

IC Charity Miles runs for good causes

By Sara Kim, Contributing Writer February 19, 2014
Juniors Kelly Pettigrew and Rachel Gray spread the word about the Charity Miles app through their new club at Ithaca College.
From left, sophomores Andrea Zalin and Lily Caruso take a photo using Snapchat while hanging out in IC Square.

Photo-sharing app with time limit feature entertains student body

By Allie Healy, Accent Editor December 5, 2012
Ithaca College students use Snapchat to share photos with their friends.
The Ink Shop doubles as a workshop and a gallery on East State Street in downtown Ithaca.

The right place

By Shawn Steiner, Photo Editor October 25, 2012
Cell phone photography is a developing part of the photojournalistic world.

Instagram and its issues for the photojournalist

By Shawn Steiner, Photo Editor September 21, 2012
Instagram and cell phone photography present many ethical dilemmas for the contemporary photojournalist.

EAR-resistable

By Lara Bonner September 25, 2011
I cannot, unfortunately, take credit for the oh-so-punny title of today's post. The word is used on the website for EARonic iPhone cases ($20) by CollabCubed. Basically, this product involves ears being photographed actual-size and put onto iPhone cases. Although I really don't think ears are the most attractive thing in the world, this idea…

Yes, I’ll take an Eco-App please

By Rebecca Webster September 19, 2010
Um, yes please! I am always amazed at how many apps there are out there for the iPhones and Android phones. Thousands upon thousands of apps at your fingertips, ranging from news and blogs, to games and flashlights, the app world has it all. But what about the practical ones? Maybe you want to read…
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