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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 15, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: ‘Outlaw King’ brims with blood but lacks substance

By | Nov 13, 2018

“I am so sick of Scotland,” King Edward says. After sitting through this gory two-hour long slogfest, the viewer will be too.

Review: ‘Assassination Nation’ is a hopeless dystopia

By | Sep 25, 2018

It’s an unpleasant movie that successfully tells the story Levinson set out to make, but that narrative is too grotesque and cruel to enjoy.

Review: Perverse puppet cop comedy disappoints

By | Sep 3, 2018

If anything, “The Happytime Murders” proves that Hollywood can’t slap an R-rating onto a nostalgic property and expect it to work.

Ithaca College offers active shooter preventative training

By | Mar 6, 2018

The college has created initiatives for the campus community to be prepared in the event of an active shooter scenario on campus.

Campus Gathering addressed violence and community relationships

By | Sep 2, 2016

Ithaca College held a community gathering to discuss the violent tragedies that took place in the world over the summer and to foster a sense of togetherness among the college community.

Editorial: Conversation on assault has gender problems

By The Ithacan | Apr 13, 2016

Prevention strategies revolve mostly around what women should do to mitigate their risk and not enough on cultivating a respectful culture.

Ithaca College students tell their stories: Lawrence

By | Sep 3, 2015

Around 11 p.m. May 25, 2014, Lawrence*, then an Ithaca College sophomore, was tackled by an officer from the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management, while another forced his hands behind his back because he did not take his hands out of his pockets.

IC students join national rally for racial justice

By | Dec 3, 2014

This week over 200 Ithaca College students withstood cold temperatures and gathered to demonstrate with students and others across the country and around the world, sharing their reflections and personal stories about how police brutality and violence affect them.

Attack coverage shifts regular programming

By | Apr 16, 2013

The Boston Marathon bombing yesterday interferes with nightly programming. Out of all the Big Four networks, ABC, FOX and CBS chose to continue with their regularly scheduled programming. NBC chose to pull its new episode of “Revolution,” a show about a war-torn world where people fight for energy. Many have frowned upon NBC’s decision, especially…