January 26, 2021
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Review: Cumbersome narrative hinders high-octane spy thriller

By | Sep 9, 2014

Industry veteran Pierce Brosnan can’t make up for this spy flick’s tiresome storyline.


Review: Indie-rock group boasts fresh instrumentals in “Lose”

By | Sep 9, 2014

Cymbals Eat Guitars show off their musical versatility in their newest release, “Lose.”


Review: Despite unbelievability, “As Above, So Below” delivers frights

By | Sep 9, 2014

Though it boasts some genuine scares, “As Above So Below” falls flat by the end.


Photojournalist alumna freelances in Burma

By | Sep 3, 2014

Lauren DeCicca ’11 has taken photographs around Burma and other countries for The New York Times, Al Jazeera, TIME and other news outlets.


Review: Repetitive ‘Lips’ side project fails to impress

By | Sep 3, 2014

Musically pretentious and painfully repetitious, “Musik, Die Schwer zu Twerk” is a dull listening experience.


South Hill Forest Products spur student learning

By | Sep 3, 2014

Students involved in South Hill Forest Products are farming honey, syrup and mushrooms in the Ithaca College Natural Lands.


Ithaca College professor to address Kellogg Fellows

By | Sep 3, 2014

Janice Levy, professor of media arts, sciences, and studies, will be giving a keynote speech for the Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance seminar.


Review: Emotionally charged songs fuel rock release “Get Hurt”

By | Sep 3, 2014

The Gaslight Anthem shows its sensitive side on the group’s newest release, “Get Hurt.”


Review: Rapper Mick Jenkins dives right into newest album

By | Sep 3, 2014

With a enjoyable dreamy tone, Mick Jenkins’ “The Water[s]e is a rap triumph.


Review: Superb pop-punk release “Chorus” hits the high notes

By | Sep 3, 2014

Literature expands its musical and vocal range with their newest release.


Slacklining gains popularity on Ithaca College campus

By | Aug 27, 2014

Students embrace slacklining as a vehicle for stress relief and outdoor fun.


Artist Julia Randall’s pieces featured in Handwerker Gallery

By | Aug 27, 2014

Artist Julia Randall’s hyperrealistic drawings are featured in the Handwerker Gallery in an exhibit titled “Oral Fixations.”