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August 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: How Hobby Lobby can teach us to avoid following laws

By | Dec 4, 2013

Hobby Lobby, an arts and crafts superstore, opened up a new location in Ithaca — which isn’t a huge surprise, because people in Ithaca love arts and crafts.

It has been a great ride

By | May 1, 2013

I went back and forth last spring deciding whether to apply for the position of sports columnist for The Ithacan. Writing for each week’s issue was something I had not taken on before, and I decided to go for it. I could not be happier. Looking back over the past four years, taking myself out…

Too hot to handle: Student chases three-peat in pepper eating contest

By | Feb 21, 2013

A first-person look at the Chili Fest’s hot pepper-eating competition.

Video: Getting Served – Ithacan editors take on Allison Young’s serve

By | Oct 10, 2012

Members of The Ithacan staff spent some time with a serve machine in order to see how difficult it is to return an Allison Young serve.

Softball: Blue and Gold punch ticket to Empire 8 Conference final

By | May 6, 2012

The top-seeded softball team advanced to Sunday’s Empire 8 Conference Championship final with a big 5-1 win against second seed St. John Fisher College this afternoon on Kostrinsky Field.

Softball: Blue and Gold advance in Empire 8 Conference Tournament

By | May 4, 2012

The top-seeded softball team advanced to the semifinals of the Empire 8 Conference Championship with a 6-2 win against the Alfred University Saxons Friday afternoon on Kostrinsky Field.

Women’s Golf: Blue and Gold capture Nazareth Invitational

By | Apr 30, 2012

The women’s golf team capped off an impressive season Sunday with a first-place finish in the Nazareth Spring Invitational in Rochester, N.Y., handily defeating five Central New York opponents. This was the Bombers’ third victory of the season.

Women’s Golf: Blue and Gold place fourth at Jack Leaman Women’s Championship

By | Apr 23, 2012

The women’s golf team posted a team score of 670 – the squad’s third-lowest two round score of the season – as part of a fourth-place effort in this weekend’s Jack Leaman Women’s Championship hosted by Amherst College. Today’s final round was played at The Orchards in South Hadley, Mass., the site of the 2004…

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’: Segel hits home in comedy flick

By | Apr 18, 2012

In his first silver-screen appearance since “The Muppets,” Jason Segel continues his run as one of Hollywood’s most lovable leading men in “Jeff, Who Lives at Home” — a film that straddles the line between comedy and drama. The title character, Jeff (Segel), is an endearing ganja-loving slacker who — of course — lives with…

Chili Peppers refresh sound in upbeat modern release

By | Sep 28, 2011

More than five years after the release of their Grammy-winning opus, “Stadium Arcadium,” the funk sensation Red Hot Chili Peppers trade in their amateur antics for a deliciously developed tone.

Smooth moves from B.o.B at Cornell homecoming

By | Sep 21, 2011

Cymbals and genres alike clashed as a mix of Ithaca College and Cornell University students came together in Cornell’s Barton Hall to watch indie rockers Motion City Soundtrack and up-and-coming rap star B.o.B team up for a sonically brilliant performance.

Witless horror flick barely keeps afloat

By | Sep 21, 2011

For moviegoers who don’t like being bogged down by silly cinematic elements like plot or character development, the newly released horror flick “Shark Night 3-D” may be the perfect masterpiece.