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September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper to perform at The Haunt

By | Jul 24, 2013

Aly Spaltro — aka Lady Lamb the Beekeeper — is performing at The Haunt at 9 p.m. Wednesday at The Haunt.

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper to perform at The Haunt

By | Jul 24, 2013

Aly Spaltro — aka Lady Lamb the Beekeeper — is performing at The Haunt at 9 p.m. Wednesday at The Haunt.

Review: All Time Low reaches all time high with ‘Don’t Panic’

By | Nov 9, 2012

The pop-rock band released their newest album “Don’t Panic.”

Dusting off the curtains

By | May 2, 2012

A double major in drama and sociology, sophomore Brittany Carey has always believed in using theater as a vehicle for social change.

Up ’til Dawn founder looks back on four years as student leader

By | Apr 25, 2012

Whether it’s planning a major event or fighting childhood cancer with St. Jude’s, senior Tim Reynolds never settles for less than excellence. As a freshman, the physical therapy major founded the Ithaca College chapter of Up ’til Dawn, a philanthropic club that supports St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Since then, there has been no limit…

‘Anarchy, My Dear’: Revolution for Anything

By | Apr 11, 2012

With Say Anything’s most recent release, “Anarchy, My Dear,” the indie-punk band changes up the pace from older compilations with more screaming vocals and ballads, but it may leave listeners craving the band’s past work.

Local artists to design for Ithaca Festival

By | Apr 4, 2012

Meghan Wood has watched her grandmother and parents purchase Ithaca Festival T-shirts and buttons for as long as she can remember. This year, Wood will design the newest version in the button series.

Snapshots of small town get second look

By | Mar 8, 2012

For Ron Jude, associate professor of cinema, photography and media arts at the college, the hometown he left behind years ago is still fresh in his memory — and his photographs.

On the other side

By | Nov 16, 2011

For her entire life, senior Cherrie Rhodes never knew anything but a diverse student population. She attended Seisen International School, an all-girls Catholic school located outside of Tokyo, for 14 years. Rhodes said she never had a problem with her mixed-race identity, half Japanese and half American, until she came to Ithaca College her freshman…

‘Footloose’: New cast lacks classic style

By | Nov 2, 2011

Director Craig Brewer’s present-day revival of the 1984 classic “Footloose” delivers sub-par acting but slides through with dynamic dance numbers.

‘Fastlife’: Jonas brother missteps with solo debut

By | Oct 26, 2011

Though Joe Jonas’ schoolboy good looks made him one of the most popular members of the Jonas Brothers trio, his solo debut hides his boy band image with dubstep beats, mature lyrics and a guest appearance by rapper Lil’ Wayne.

Serling’s student to give keynote

By | Sep 7, 2011

Bill D’Elia ’69, a graduate of the television-radio program at the Roy H. Park School of Communications, will be the keynote speaker at the Rod Serling Conference at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Park Auditorium. D’Elia plans to talk about how he learned a valuable lesson in how to tell a story from “The Twilight…