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December 2, 2022
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Literary magazine starts up after four-year hiatus

By | Nov 30, 2022

Funded by the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society in partnership with the Department of Literatures in English, ZoetIC is emphasizing student work from all disciplines.


Review: Singles of the Week 11/21

By | Nov 29, 2022

Singles for the week 11/21.


Review: Neo-noir romance draws viewers in close

By | Nov 16, 2022

Park Chan-wook returns with “Decision to Leave,” a masterfully crafted film that finds where the impassioned love story meets the detective crime thriller.


Review: Singles of the Week 11/7

By | Nov 15, 2022

Singles for the week 11/7.


Q&A: Alum bewitches Dillingham with original play

By | Nov 8, 2022

The premiere of Aaliyah Warrington’s ’21 play, “Pas De Trois, or The Dancing Witch Play,” occurs Nov. 11 in the Earl McCarroll Studio, and runs until Nov. 17.


Review: Singles of the Week 10/31

By | Nov 7, 2022

Singles for the week 10/31.


Review: Ruben Östlund’s latest satire critiques capitalism

By | Nov 1, 2022

After winning the prestigious Palme d’Or at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, “Triangle of Sadness” releases in theaters to shock audiences.


Review: Singles of the Week 10/24

By | Oct 31, 2022

Singles for the week 10/24.


Review: Singles of the Week 10/17

By | Oct 26, 2022

Singles for the week 10/17.


IC Percussion Ensemble performs outdoor concert

By | Oct 26, 2022

Stretching from Campus Center to the Dillingham Fountains, the 20-person Ithaca College Percussion Ensemble performed “Inuksuit” on Oct. 22.


Column: Horror is a genre worthy of your respect

By | Oct 25, 2022

As long as cinema has been around, horror has been a staple genre. Horror has a uniquely strong ability to cause audiences to examine their fears.


Review: Singles of the Week 10/10

By | Oct 17, 2022

Singles for the week 10/10.