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Ithaca College students create online magazine focused on outdoors

By | Sep 17, 2014

Students at Ithaca College have created an online magazine about outdoor activities called Explore Magazine.


Ithaca College faculty opt for Buffalo Street Books over college store

By | Sep 17, 2014

Ithaca College professors have been asking students to buy their books through Buffalo Street Book’s “First Class” program over the college’s Bookstore.


Review: ‘No Good Deed’ hampered by dubious narrative

By | Sep 17, 2014

“No Good Deed” ultimately can’t escape its clumsy narrative, despite decent lead performances.


Review: Rock Album ‘El Pintor’ sticks to band’s signature sound

By | Sep 17, 2014

Interpol’s latest offering sticks to the group’s known sound, but manages to stay fresh as well.


Review: ‘Blacc Hollywood’ burned out by rapper’s shallow lyrics

By | Sep 17, 2014

Wiz Khalifa’s stoner image ultimately hurts his attempts at emotion.


Review: Rock veterans Maroon 5 succeed once again with ‘V’

By | Sep 17, 2014

Lead vocalist Adam Levine fuels Maroon 5’s fifth studio release, “V.”


Vendors at Ithaca Farmers Market share the stories behind their products

The Ithacan interviewed six vendors at the Ithaca Farmers Market to hear the stories behind the booths.


Campus Pursuit connects students with local businesses

By | Sep 10, 2014

Student start-up brings students and small businesses closer together with engaging treasure hunts.


Ithaca College Greens to produce six plays within 24 hour span

By | Sep 10, 2014

IC Greens, Ithaca College’s green party organization, will host a 24 hour-theater festival in which students will write and direct six different plays in 24 hours. The plays will be performed at 8 p.m. Sept. 12 in the Hill Center, room 104.


New York’s rich craft beer history explained in Cornell University exhibit

By | Sep 10, 2014

Cornell University’s exhibit “For a Quart of Ale is a Dish Fit for a King” delves into the history of craft breweries in the upstate and central New York.


Review: “Land Ho!” overcomes lazy plot points with visual splendor

By | Sep 9, 2014

Despite some slugging plot moments, “Land Ho!” is a warm, enjoyable drama-comedy.


Review: Canadian rockers break hiatus with “Brill Bruisers”

By | Sep 9, 2014

The New Pornographers pay homage to older eras of music, while still moving forward stylistically.