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Members of IC Stand Up, who are also members of IC Comedy Club, the Acahti Players and IC Sketch Club, performed July 24 at the Gotham Comedy Club in NYC.

Ithaca’s comedy community comes to NYC

By Mary Ford, Life & Culture Editor July 6, 2015
IC's comedians take the stage at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City.
Ravi Rakkulchon, a senior theater production arts major with a concentration in design, left his home in Bangkok, Thailand to attend Ithaca College.

Ithaca College design student sets the stage for opera

By Christina Saltos, Staff Writer March 4, 2015
Ravi Rakkulchon, a senior theater production arts major with a concentration in design, left his home in Bangkok, Thailand to attend Ithaca College. He designed the set for the college's spring opera, "Little Women."
From left, Lesley Gurule, James Leaming and Carmen Roman play Wren, Moss and Avis in “A Body Of Water” directed by Michele Minnick.

Kitchen Theatre play delves into reliability of memory

By Celisa Calacal, Contributing Writer February 24, 2015
Lee Blessing's "A Body of Water," a play exploring the constraints memory has on identity, is being performed at the Kitchen Theatre from Feb. 18 through March 8.
From left, actress Mar E. Perez and sophomore Nathiel Tejada rehearse Feb. 14 for the Civic Ensemble’s production of “Home: A Living Newspaper.”

Civic Ensemble play brings current events to life onstage

By Emily Fedor, Staff Writer February 18, 2015
The Ithaca Civic Ensemble uses theater to explore current events, devising their own script based on recent news trends.
These prints, part of The Ink Shop’s exhibit “dirty pictures,” are on display alongside the exhibit, “Something About Mary.”

New Ink Shop exhibits examine distinct forms of beauty

By Matthew Coogan, Contributing Writer February 18, 2015
Dual exhibits at the Ink Shop, "dirty pictures" and "Something About Mary," use historical printmaking techniques to explore their respective themes.
Freshman Mara Erb studies a series of ink drawings from the Handwerker Gallerys new exhibits Jan. 21.

Handwerker exhibits offer two sisters’ origin stories

By Celisa Calacal, Contributing Writer February 4, 2015
"Origin Stories: Altar Apparitions" and "Origin Stories: Alien Apostles" offer two sisters' views on land ownership and identity.
Piotr Pillary studies a triptych from Barbara Prosts’ “Exposures” as part of the “Staged, Performed, Manipulated” exhibit at the Johnson Museum.

Photography exhibits make authenticity their focus

By Mary Ford, Assistant Life & Culture Editor January 29, 2015
Adjacent exhibits, "Staged, Performed, Manipulated" and "Margaret Bourke-White: from Cornell student to visionary photojournalist," explore the meaning of truth in photography.
From left, junior Matt Byers and senior Courtney Caprara pose in their favorite gear they gathered while abroad.

Students struggle with sadness after returning from abroad

By Lauren Mazzo, Contributing Writer January 28, 2015
Students returning from study abroad sessions sometimes have trouble readjusting to college life.
From left, junior Kaitlyn DeHority, principal trumpet of the Ithaca College Orchestra, and Frank Gabriel Campos, professor of trumpet performance, practice in his office on Oct. 21.

Trumpet professor performs on NPR’s ‘Performance Today’

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer October 22, 2014
Frank Gabriel Campos, professor of trumpet performance at Ithaca College, performed on National Public Radio's syndicated program "Performance Today."
Junior Ben Tolles inspects a beehive. Over the summer, Tolles worked as a beekeeper for South Hill Forest Products, a project where students farm honey, syrup and mushrooms at the ICNL.

South Hill Forest Products spur student learning

By Mary Ford, Contributing Writer September 3, 2014
Students involved in South Hill Forest Products are farming honey, syrup and mushrooms in the Ithaca College Natural Lands.
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