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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 29, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Docudrama unveils darker side of social media

By | Sep 21, 2020

“The Social Dilemma” is perhaps the most necessary film of the past five years.

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion flex femininity in ‘WAP’

By | Sep 17, 2020

It isn’t difficult to see a pattern in how listeners respond to music based on the artist who creates it.

“Eat the rich” phenomenon dominates popular films

By | May 19, 2020

When looking back on the most popular films of 2019, I noticed a trend.

Social media showcases fun side of varsity sports

By , | Sep 26, 2019

Many varsity athletic teams at Ithaca College engage with their social media followers on Twitter or Instagram pages for promotion and recruitment.

‘We Need To Talk’: Social Media Usage

By The Ithacan | Nov 25, 2018

This week, Sophia and Connor discuss college student’s social media usage.

Review: J. Cole crafts a killer cultural critique

By | Apr 30, 2018

While his message is admirable, his corny lyrics turn a powerful song into something that belongs in an after-school special.

Progressive stacking used to address inequality in classrooms

By | Nov 15, 2017

“When privilege is normal in your life, equity feels like oppression — that’s the epitome of what we’re talking about here,” Nolan Cabrera said.

Q&A: Professor leads in multimedia journalism field

By | Sep 20, 2017

Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke with Adornato about his book, the importance of Twitter, and the future of journalism and social media.

Review: Complex characters go far in ‘Ingrid Goes West’

By | Aug 27, 2017

“Ingrid Goes West” is a multifaceted, character-rich, hilarious examination of celebrity culture, mental illness and social media addiction.

Students lack awareness of fake news

By | Jan 23, 2017

Fake news stories proliferated during the election, to glorify or vilify either candidate, according to a news analysis by BuzzFeed News.

Social media broadcasts are the future of watching sports

By | Oct 30, 2016

Bringing the game outside of the conversation of the broadcasters, and into the constant feed of comments could bring new life to games.

#MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou & The Importance of Internet Activism

By | May 25, 2016

The hashtag MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou was started by Afro-Latina artist and writer Zahira Kelly to raise awareness of abuse that isn’t physical or visible.