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Ithaca Junior Brett Sanko takes down Springfield College junior Devin Biscaha at the Ithaca Invitation on Nov. 2 and 3 in Glazer Arena

Wrestlers tinker with new techniques in early season matchups

By Steve Derderian, Staff Writer December 13, 2012
While the stakes are still low, head coach Marty Nichols has his team trying out new techniques.
From left, sophomore Benjamin Bartell, junior Jessica Caracciolo, junior Jake Minter, sophomore Kalina Jasper and freshman Anne Baum sing the finale in “Angels, Demons (and the rest of us).”

Macabre Theatre group presents avant-garde, student-written shows

By Evin Billington, Staff Writer December 13, 2012
The Macabre Theatre Ensemble performs avant-garde, sci-fi plays written by students.
Senior Katie Oertel is campus director and co-president of the colleges Net Impact club and reports student actions and points in regards to sustainable practices.

Students take small steps for greener campus

By Michael Tkaczevski, Staff Writer December 13, 2012
Ithaca College students are in competition with colleges across the nation in Net Impact’s Small Steps Big Wins campaign.

A week in photos — Dec. 13, 2012

By Ithacan Staff December 13, 2012
Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by The Ithacan’s photography staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.
From left, Anne Marie Cummings and Tony Simione star in “The Mercy Seat.” The show is set on Sept. 11, 2001 while Ben (Simione) worked at the World Trade Center at the time of the attacks.

Review: ‘The Mercy Seat’ expertly tackles deep-seated drama

By Josh Greenfield, Staff Writer December 12, 2012
Though it’s a staged reading, “The Mercy Seat” is able to brilliantly add real drama to engaging and darkly comical lines to create an intensely believable story.

Review: Dark plotline hits too hard in ‘Killing Them Softly’

By James Hasson, Staff Writer December 11, 2012
Though "Killing Them Softly" has a solid production and distinguished cast performances, its subject and themes hold too dark a tone to entertain fully.

Review: Rihanna shows off her attitude in ‘Unapologetic’

By Imani Brammer, Staff Writer December 10, 2012
Rihanna hits the music scene hard with her bold album 'Unapologetic.'

Review: Relaxing tracks pleasantly groove in ‘Grace/Confusion’

By Jared Dionne, Senior Writer December 10, 2012
On his new album, “Grace/Confusion,” Dayve Hawk draws from a broad spectrum of instrumentation.

Review: Ke$ha unleashes her inner rocker in ‘Warrior’

By Benjii Maust, Staff Writer December 10, 2012
Ke$ha’s signature talk-sing style and unforgettable lyrics makes “Warrior” one of the most enjoyable pop releases of the year.

Review: ‘Hands of Glory’ features sweet-sounding folk style

By Rose Vardell, Staff Writer December 10, 2012
With the help of Mom+Pop Records, Andrew Bird released his seventh studio album, “Hands of Glory,” featuring his signature alternative-folk style.

A week in photos — Dec. 6, 2012

By Ithacan Staff December 6, 2012
Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by The Ithacan’s photography staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.

A week of photos — Nov. 29, 2012

By Ithacan Staff November 29, 2012
Every week we have a lot of great photography being produced by The Ithacan’s photography staff. Here are some the images you may not have seen.
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