The play “In the Red and Brown Water” draws from Yoruba religion to tell a black woman’s coming of age story.
Though the individual tracks on “I See You” fall flat, the album as a whole comes together to form a compelling, cohesive indie pop experience.
Ithaca College junior Drew Stierhoff collaborated with his faculty mentor, Ellie Fulmer, assistant professor of the Department of Education, over the summer to create a structured, analytical teacher’s guide for how to teach social studies to junior-level high school students.
Quirky, obnoxious and unique. These traits create the “manic pixie dream girl” trope that Ithaca College senior Alyssa Rodriguez explored this summer in collaboration with Katharine Kittredge, professor in the Department of English. Rodriguez’s project is funded by her Emerson Humanities Collaboration Award, an annual IC award that provides students with financial support for scholarly projects.
Somehow, Glass Animals created a sound so intricate that regardless of the listener’s environment, the album feels full and complete. This album is ideal for loud parties on Friday nights, but it also includes tunes that can create a calmer atmosphere more appropriate for a rainy evening.
The theater group Honest Accomplice Theatre will be performing their play, “The Birds and the Bees: Unabridged” at 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on April 11 at Ithaca College.
In order to emphasize the power women deserve and to shine a light on the underrepresentation of women, the Park School created its first-ever Women in Media Month, holding events that recognize influential women in the business.
Gilman, a public speaker and pastor, visited the college to explain how the porn industry is encouraging rape culture and contributing to human trafficking in a talk called “How Porn Fuels Rape Culture.”