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July 20, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

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.

Review: “The Drug King” fails to entertain with bold concepts

By | Mar 5, 2019

The year is 1972, and Korean and Japanese citizens are addicted to methamphetamines.

Review: How to Train Your Dragon sequel is out of this world

By | Mar 3, 2019

DreamWorks Animation is infamous for cranking out sequel after sequel.

Review: Rap duo disturbs with “Fearless Fred Fury”

By | Feb 28, 2019

The written thoughts of a psychopath over bizarre keyboard melodies may not be the average person’s idea of music, but the Insane Clown Posse is far from average, as it unquestionably demonstrates in its newest album, “Fearless Fred Fury.”
The eccentric rap duo, often referred to as “ICP,” does not disappoint in making its newest album completely freakish and downright horrifying.

Students to model fashion from around the world

By | Feb 28, 2019

The Ithaca College International Club (ICIC) had its first Interfashional Night almost 20 years ago.

Review: “Happy Death Day 2U” is more than just a repeat

By | Feb 25, 2019

Dark comedy–slasher film “Happy Death Day 2U,” the sequel to 2017’s “Happy Death Day,” follows main character Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) as she lives the same day over and over again, each time being brutally murdered by a killer in a baby mask.

Review: Avril Lavigne comes back with empowering record

By | Feb 25, 2019

Avril Lavigne’s voice finally broke through the silence she has left her fans in for years with her new album, “Head Above Water,” released Feb.

Review: SWMRS album it burning with passion

By | Feb 24, 2019

After Oakland-based punk-rock group SWMRS signed with New York City–based record label Fueled By Ramen and released its record label debut and overall third LP, “Drive North,” the band has returned to the punk scene with its follow-up, “Berkeley’s On Fire.”
The band itself initially got attention because of its drummer, Joey Armstrong — Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s son — but “Berkeley’s On Fire” combines eccentric tracks that blend together a multitude of punk, alt-rock and surf-rock elements, giving the band a separate, personal identity.

Review: “Rainswept” is a deluge of visceral visuals

By | Feb 20, 2019

A rich landscape of beautiful, rolling hills is quickly followed by the silhouette of a man in his window — then a heart-stopping bang leads to peaceful silence.

Jazz activist Roxy Coss to perform with jazz ensemble

By | Feb 19, 2019

It’s not every day that songs like “Nasty Women Grab Back” and “Feminist AF” are performed in the James J.

Meditation helps students find their centers

By | Feb 13, 2019

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon, Muller Chapel hosts a temporary escape for the Ithaca College community.

Review: “What Men Want” is an inaccurate look into misogyny

By | Feb 12, 2019

Many people, at one point in their lives, have wanted to know what the opposite sex keeps locked behind their lips.