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THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

John Fracchia, associate director of the Office of Career Services at Ithaca College, holds a copy of “Cataclysm: The Myst Clipper Shicaine,” a science-fiction novel released May 4.

Career Services director brings sci-fi genre to life at IC

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer May 1, 2016
John Fracchia and Kerry Forrestal drew inspiration from their shared love of science-fiction and co-wrote “Cataclysm: The Myst Clipper Shicaine,” a science-fiction novel released May 4.
Tell Us Where, a senior art exhibit, is on display at Ithaca Colleges Handwerker Gallery.
Fernando Ferraz/The Ithacan

Seniors to display creative art at Handwerker Gallery

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer April 27, 2016
To commemorate their four years at Ithaca College, 24 seniors from the art and cinema, photography, and media arts departments will celebrate and showcase their creativity and dedication to art in “Tell Us Where,” at the Handwerker Galley
From left, junior Cameron Wenrich and sophomore Sandrinne Edstrom play Septimus Hodge and Thomasina in the play “Arcadia,” the Main Stage Theater’s latest work.

“Arcadia” discusses love, logic and science

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer April 20, 2016
"Arcadia," Main Stage Theater's last production of the semester, focuses on human relationships and intellect.
Janelle Smith has been making her own jewelry since the seventh grade.

With Her Hands: Ithaca College senior crafts her own jewelry

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer April 17, 2016
Senior Janelle Smith makes her own jewelry, and has turned her hobby into a small business.
Last years Africa Week focused on the African disapora, and this years Africa Week will build off that theme with Embracing Pan-Africa.

Fifth annual Africa Week to embrace Pan-Africa

By Katherine Segovia, Staf Writer April 9, 2016
Ithaca College's fifth annual Africa Week will take place from April 11–16 and will feature different events hosted by the African Students Association.
Originally located at the Goldwater Memorial Hospital on Roosevelt Island in New York City, shown in the picture, the murals are on public display for the first time.

New exhibit displays history through art

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer March 7, 2016
The murals were originally located at the Goldwater Memorial Hospital, located on Roosevelt Island in New York City, and were a result of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Work Projects Administration program.
Yifan “Jimmy” Tang has been playing poker for years and now competes nationally.

Top-ranked college poker player to compete nationally

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Witer March 2, 2016
For sophomore Yifan “Jimmy” Tang, poker is more than just a way to pass his time — it is a way to further develop his skills and have fun while doing so.
Artwork from Mind vs. Body features paintings from IC alum Carolyn Hoffman.

Ithaca College alum invokes conflict through exhibit

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer February 23, 2016
The "Mind vs. Body" exhibit at the Creative Space Gallery is open until Feb. 28 and features artwork from Carolyn Hoffman.
Members of Ithaca College’s Jazz Ensemble rehearse for the Dave Riley Memorial Concert, which will take place Feb. 23 and will pay tribute to the life of Dave Riley, who taught at the School of Music for 20 years.

Ithaca College to honor life of noteworthy faculty member

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer February 17, 2016
Ithaca College's Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the New York Voices will come together on Feb. 23 to pay tribute to New York Voices founder Dave Riley.
The Internet Cat Video Festival is a product of the Walker Art Center in Minnesota, who has been hosting the event since 2012.

Cats to leap to big screen with video festival

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer February 9, 2016
Cornell Cinema will be hosting its second annual Internet Cat Video Festival on Feb. 26, which will feature a series of cat videos for feline fans.
Native American Heritage Month will feature film screenings as well as an identity panel hosted by Active Minds.

November to celebrate Native American heritage

By Katherine Segovia, Staff Writer November 12, 2015
Events will be held throughout November to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
“So it goes: Drawings by Kurt Vonnegut” is open from now until Dec. 20 and showcases a collection of Vonnegut’s artwork and personal items.

Vonnegut’s art goes beyond just his words

By Katherine Segovia, Contributing Writer November 2, 2015
“'So it goes': Drawings by Kurt Vonnegut” is open from now until Dec. 20 and showcases a collection of Vonnegut’s artwork and personal items.
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