April 19, 2021
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Senior documents the IC experience through daily videos

By | Apr 14, 2021

Senior Leah Ettinger films Berger by the Dillingham Fountains on April 10 for day 676 of “Welcome to Ithaca.”


Getting Back to Business

By | Apr 8, 2021

Exploring local businesses one year into the COVID-19 pandemic


Local bookstore celebrates a decade of community ownership

By | Apr 7, 2021

Ithaca resident Mahinder Kingra browses for books in the science fantasy section at Buffalo Street Books on April 3.


Ithaca creates affordable housing for local artists

By | Mar 17, 2021

The Ithaca Arthaus is an affordable housing apartment building for artists currently under construction at 130 Cherry St. The ground floor will feature an art gallery.


Ithaca businesses struggle and adapt in COVID-19 pandemic

By | Feb 18, 2021

Now that students are returning back to Ithaca, businesses are adjusting and hoping to bounce back after a difficult year. 


Commentary: Gentrification: all that glitters is not gold

By | Oct 27, 2020

When gentrification happens within a community, it leads to the displacement of long-term residents who are not able to benefit from the new changes.


Ithaca Police Department investigates Oct. 21 homicide

By | Oct 22, 2020

The Ithaca Police Department (IPD) is investigating a homicide that took place on the night of Oct. 21 on West State Street.


Commentary: Naming the legacy of honoring Blackness at Southside Community Center

By | Oct 14, 2020

Throughout my early years, Southside is where I learned to love Blackness, love Black people and love myself.


Brunch spot mixes sweet and savory

By | Dec 12, 2019

For nine years, the restaurant has offered a variety of sweet and savory waffle combinations.


Reviews: Travel the world through food

By | Dec 12, 2019

Ithaca offers a vast array of diverse cuisines from around the world, including Asian food and Moroccan food.


Q&A: Student conducts research on sex work and trafficking

By The Ithacan | Dec 11, 2019

For the last year and a half, senior Clare Nowalk, a sociology major, has researched the relationship between sociology and sex trafficking.


Review: Fluid and stylish animation carries biopic

By | Sep 11, 2019

The early 20th–century world of surrealism and scandal, backwoods Spanish villages and the bohemian Parisian art world are vividly illustrated in “Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles.” Directed by Salvador Simo, the animated biopic’s subject is Luis Buñuel, one of the most famous Spanish directors of the 20th century and a pioneer of surrealism and satire in film.