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On the Verge takes staged reading on the road

By , | Oct 6, 2015

On the Verge, a staged reading performance group at Ithaca College, will perform Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” at 6 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Handwerker Gallery.


Review: ‘Stories’ reflects on Avicii’s journey

By | Oct 5, 2015

“Stories” carries itself along, giving listeners a series of tracks that are both successful on their own and able to complement one another well within one album.


Picture Perfect: Ithaca comes together for the Big Draw

By | Sep 30, 2015

The Big Draw is an international drawing event celebrating the diversity of drawing among artists of all skill levels.


Newcomers conduct three of campus’s four concert bands

By | Sep 30, 2015

Last year marked the departure of three established professors from the School of Music. Now, of the four major bands on campus, three have new directors: Concert Band, Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble.


Review: Emotional lyrics a hit on “Every Open Eye”

By | Sep 30, 2015

“Every Open Eye” holds many thought-provoking sentences such as this and a fantastic emotional appeal, which makes it a great listen.


Shakespeare takes Ithaca College’s Main Stage

By | Sep 29, 2015

Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts will soon put on its first Main Stage show for the season, “As You Like It,” written by William Shakespeare.


New film series bring social issues to the big screen

By , | Sep 29, 2015

The series explore historic black cinema and Palestinian film.


Review: Duo develops distinct sound in “Caracal”

By | Sep 28, 2015

While each track had a quality that made it stand out, “Caracal” as a whole definitely diversified Disclosure’s discography.


A Reaction to the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards

By | Sep 27, 2015

ICYMI: Every Emmys comes with its fair share of snubbed performances, shocking victories and other surprises.


Let’s get cooking: freshman chef pursues passion for food

By | Sep 23, 2015

Ithaca College freshman Jacob Rosen talks about his close connection to cooking.


New Kitchen Theatre play directed by Ithaca College professor

By | Sep 22, 2015

The play was directed by Wendy Dann, associate professor of theatre arts at Ithaca College.


Students will take part in staged reading of ‘The Darfur Compromised’

By | Sep 22, 2015

This political satire about the genocide in Darfur will be read Sept. 27.