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February 16, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Junior musician writes, produces and performs

By | Feb 14, 2019

Ithaca College junior Kyra Skye approaches the microphone at The Haunt, greeting her audience with a smile.

Meditation helps students find their centers

By | Feb 13, 2019

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon, Muller Chapel hosts a temporary escape for the Ithaca College community.

Review: “What Men Want” is an inaccurate look into misogyny

By | Feb 12, 2019

Many people, at one point in their lives, have wanted to know what the opposite sex keeps locked behind their lips.

Review: “Quiet Signs” is an intimate look into singer’s universe

By | Feb 11, 2019

It’s easy to listen to Jessica Pratt and forget the world around you.

Review: “The Prodigy” is nothing special

By | Feb 11, 2019

What happens when a cold-blooded serial killer reincarnates into a newborn baby’s body?

‘The Brown Girl Chronicles’- The Power Of Names

By The Ithacan | Feb 10, 2019

 
On the first episode of The Brown Girl Chronicles you will learn about your host Sobeida Rosa, as well as upcoming podcast episodes covering topics of mental health, economic disparity, higher education and Sobeida’s experience of being a POC women at a predominately white institution.

International students create home away from home

By | Feb 6, 2019

Arriving on campus in August after leaving her home in the bustling city of Mumbai, India, freshman Shreya Kadam walked around Ithaca College, feeling uneasy and wondering how to find her place and build connections in the college community.

Cabaret benefits survivors of abuse in India

By | Feb 6, 2019

On Feb. 2, Wheels for Women performed in Clark Theatre for its 8th Annual Benefit Cabaret.

Review: “Freedom’s Goblin” is free of faults

By | Feb 4, 2019

In his 10th studio album, “Freedom’s Goblin,” Ty Segall joins fuzzy guitar with electronic funk.

Student-run journal promotes awareness for environmental issues

By | Jan 30, 2019

When the link finishes loading, a black and white picture of a forest ground appears on the screen.

Junior’s paper peers into past periodicals

By | Jan 29, 2019

An 18th-century British periodical that disguised political commentary through an innocuous narrator — a bird —  inspired a paper by Ithaca College junior Eliana Berger that illustrated how oppressed voices of the time spoke out.

Students to create first ICTV musical show

By | Jan 29, 2019

Comedic writing, combined with relatable content, adds a lighthearted tone to ICTV’s first musical TV show, “Subject to Change,” which will tackle issues relevant to the daily lives of college students.