December 2, 2021
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National Recap: Kenosha shooter released on $2 million bail

By | Nov 24, 2020

Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager charged with fatally shooting two protesters during the Jacob Blake protests in August, was released on bail Nov. 20.


Pandemic increases tension within Ithaca community

By , | Nov 21, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased tension between South Hill residents and Ithaca College students.


Review: Romantic holiday film lacks jolly spirit

By | Nov 16, 2020

For a movie about Christmas, “Operation Christmas Drop” lacks the trademark jolly spirit of the holiday.


Syracuse University cancels in-person instruction

By | Nov 13, 2020

Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, has canceled in-person classes and activities for the rest of the fall semester.


Review: Polish slasher film fails to scare

By | Nov 13, 2020

“Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight” is a Polish horror movie with gross monsters and a stereotypical slasher movie plot.


Commentary: What voting and Macklemore have in common: feeling glorious

By | Nov 11, 2020

I’ve played Macklemore’s “Glorious” an embarrassing number of times since Saturday morning, but I feel glorious.


SGC discusses collaboration for virtual spring orientation

By | Nov 10, 2020

The Ithaca College Student Governance Council discussed possible ideas for spring orientation with Kevin Perry, associate director for NSTP.


Student play premieres on theater department’s main stage

By | Nov 10, 2020

On Oct. 31, Ithaca College senior Aaliyah Warrington’s play “Gather Ye Children” premiered virtually.


Q&A: Professor presents at national conference

By | Nov 9, 2020

Part of the fun of being in the circle is the fact that you do see everybody, and, whether you’re holding hands or not, you’re part of this community.


Review: Singles for the week of 11/6

By | Nov 8, 2020

Singles for the week 11/6


IC releases move-in information after new guidelines announced

By | Nov 5, 2020

Ithaca College has announced new move-in information after New York state got rid of its travel advisory list and replaced it with new guidelines. 


Students living on campus feel lonely and isolated

By | Nov 5, 2020

Some Ithaca College students with extenuating circumstances have been allowed to live on campus for Fall 2020.