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Student productions ramp up for ICTV spring season

Student productions ramp up for ICTV spring season

By Meghan Maier, Contributing Writer December 3, 2014
Four new student productions are set to hit screens this upcoming spring television season.
Ithaca-based group teaches primitive skills

Ithaca-based group teaches primitive skills

By Steven Pirani, Assistant Life & Culture Editor November 12, 2014
Ithaca-based organization Primitive Pursuits is taking a hand-on approach to connect individuals with the natural world.
Kevin Curley, the head chef of Le Cafe Cent-Dix, cuts up a plum for the restaurant’s local heirloom tomato salad.

Le Cafe Cent-Dix brings french dining to Ithaca

By Evin Billington, Life & Culture Editor September 3, 2014
Owners of local Ithaca staple Mercato have opened Le Cafe Cent-Dix, bringing quality French cuisine to the streets of Ithaca.

Accomplished producer discusses business in film industry

By Steven Pirani, Assistant Accent Editor April 11, 2014
Veteran producer Mark Burg '81 held a lecture April 3, speaking with students and faculty about the mechanics of the film industry. Burg sat down with Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani to talk further about the value of thinking outside of the box in film.
Learn more about the band behind freshman rapper San Williams.

Rapping it up: Freshman rapper relays personal narratives through music

By Evin Billington, Accent Editor April 9, 2014
Freshman rapper San Williams performed at the South by Southwest music festival. Williams' music deviates from many usual staples of hip-hop.
Lori Beard, also known as Gytha Oggsdottir, discusses the Dominion of Myrkfaelinn, the Ithaca chapter of the Society of Creative Anachronism. Outside of the SCA, Beard works for nonprofits.

Society of Creative Anachronism instates chapter in Ithaca

By Mimi Reynolds and Rebecca Hellmich, Staff Writer and Contributing Writer October 30, 2013

The King of the East and the King of AEthelmearc took their positions at the center of the field. Gytha Oggsdottir stood with the other warriors, knowing the battle would begin when one of the kings fell....

From left, senior Danielle Merendino, freshman Judelle White and sophomore Renee  Schweizer perform during a rehearsal for “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in Williams 225.

New student theater group to produce cult classic movie musical on stage

By Kelli Kyle, Contributing Writer October 22, 2013
The Macabre Theatre Ensemble will produce "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at 9 p.m. and midnight on Oct. 25 and 26 in Williams 225.
Research shows students have increased their consumption of coffee and other caffeinated substances.

Jitterbug: Students’ use of caffeine increases during midterm period

By Evin Billington, Assistant Accent Editor October 9, 2013
Research and studies have shown that the addiction rates of student caffeine consumption has risen in recent years.
From left, Samuel Smith, Michael Smith and Isaiah Smith work on “Sculpture for Strolling” at the gallery.

Just ‘do it’: Collaborative art-making exhibit brings campus together

By Steven Pirani, Staff Writer October 9, 2013
The Handwerker Gallery has brought 'do it,' an interactive art exhibit, to Ithaca College's campus.
Adam Day ’07 will perform Oct. 16 at The Nines, located at 311 College Ave. During his time at Ithaca College, Day was a music student who almost failed out of school. He will tour the East Coast and Midwest until Nov. 14.

Former music student to perform at local Collegetown bar

By Marissa Framarini, Staff Writer October 9, 2013
Adam Day '07 will perform Oct. 16 at The Nines on College Avenue.
Jon Bennett, a worker at Littletree Orchards in Newfield, N.Y., grades apples to turn into cider for the upcoming 31st Annual Apple Harvest Festival. Littletree Orchards has been around for 40 years.

Fruits of their labor: Farmers prepare for 31st annual Apple Fest

By Aama Harwood, Staff Writer October 2, 2013
Several apple farmers must gear up for the upcoming changes to Apple Fest because of the construction on The Commons.
Lee Goodhew Romm, professor of performance studies, teaches her yoga class Sept. 27 at Sunrise Yoga on South Cayuga Street. Goodhew Romm was certified as a yoga instructor in June.

Relaxation certified: Music professor teaches local yoga class after earning official license this summer

By Carolyn Hartley, Contributing Writer October 2, 2013
Lee Goodhew Romm, professor of performance studies in the James J. Whalen School of Music, is teaching a new yoga class after being certified to teach yoga, in June.
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