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Reverend and LGBTQ activist gives talks on faith and identity

By | Mar 28, 2019

An image of the Virgin Mary as an undocumented, Latina teenager may conjure up confusion — and even vehement rejection — from conservative religious followers.


Sophomore creates youth silent film festival

By | Mar 27, 2019

Wharton Studio Museum’s “Silents Roar!” Film Festival is giving Southern Tier youth the opportunity to produce silent film projects about topics of their choice and compete for prizes.


Review: “Five Feet Apart” is truly heartbreaking and genuine

By | Mar 27, 2019

The latest brand of young adult romance seems to revel in the bittersweet tragedy of chronically ill teens falling passionately in love.


Q&A: Professor publishes chapter about transgender children

By | Mar 26, 2019

Mat Fournier, assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, is bringing discussions about transgender children into an academic setting.


Review: Band comes back with dynamically soulful album

By | Mar 25, 2019

It has been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder, which could explain the tendency to worship the comebacks of artists who have been off the radar for years.


Review: “Triple Frontier” lacks ingenuity and sincerity

By | Mar 24, 2019

“Triple Frontier” is shaped by three things — a cataclysmic heist feat, bitter ex-soldiers and the blurry setting in which director J.C.


Artists of the 2000s return to satisfy millennial nostalgia

By | Mar 21, 2019

David Archuleta was just 16 when Americans fell in love with his smooth voice, fresh face and endearing disposition as the runner-up on the seventh season of “American Idol” in 2008.


New multimedia production house creates home for creativity

By | Mar 19, 2019

The artistic city of Ithaca has a new multimedia production house, House of Ithaqua (HOI).


Review: “Patty Griffin” is sensitive and worldly

By | Mar 19, 2019

Perhaps the reason why Patty Griffin has decided to name her latest album after herself is because, above all else, her soothing and intimate voice dominates the stripped tracklist.


Review: Show breathes life into mental illness awareness

By | Mar 18, 2019

Media covering mental illness is often touchy.


Students display original artwork in Peggy Ryan Williams Center

By | Mar 7, 2019

The typically quiet hallways in the third floor of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center at Ithaca College became crowded and noisy Feb.


Review: “Metro Exodus” provides a perfectly apocalyptic playthrough

By | Mar 5, 2019

“Metro Exodus,” a first-person shooter by 4A Games, is a deep, intoxicating inhale of contaminated air that has players fastening their gas masks and jumping straight into a world where survival is not guaranteed.