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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 13, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: IC alumnus performs with Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

By | Oct 19, 2016

The bassist and vocalist of the group, James Searl ‘04, helped to form the band in 2001 when he was a sophomore at Ithaca College.

Kitchen Theatre set to perform ‘Hand to God’ until Sept. 25

By | Sep 14, 2016

The Kitchen Theatre in downtown Ithaca is hosting “Hand to God,” a show that breaks social boundaries through raunchy and hilarious puppet characters. This is the first production of “Hand to God” in the Ithaca area since the show debuted off-Broadway in 2011.

Review: Musician goes back to roots on ‘Golden’ album

By | Aug 22, 2016

Walker’s unexpected instrumental changes work to his advantage: While the songs take a bit of time to adjust to, the different style will slowly grow on the listener.

Campus Bandits: Students steal items from around campus

By | Apr 13, 2016

Some Ithaca College students have stolen items like signs, furniture and other objects from around the Ithaca College campus.

Student organization promotes choral music

By | Apr 6, 2016

The award-winning Ithaca College chapter of the American Choral Directors Association, founded and advised by Janet Galván, is dedicated to enhancing experiences and education about choral music.

Sophomore hits peak performance in climbing

By | Mar 9, 2016

Sophomore Joshua Brooks is currently working on his biggest goal, which is to climb the highest points in all 50 states of the United States by himself.

National film society finds home at Ithaca College

By | Feb 24, 2016

The Delta Kappa Alpha National Professional Cinema Society has been founded as a local chapter at Ithaca College.

Review: Shearwater shows of its shear talent

By | Feb 5, 2016

Shearwater brings a new form of enjoyable indie rock with a mellow but upbeat feel in its newest album, “Jet and Plane Oxbow,” released Jan.

Review: Big stars fail to bring ‘joy’ to viewers

By | Dec 29, 2015

If one is looking for a movie that lives up to the joyous sounding title, prepare for an entirely opposite and disappointing experience.

Grab the play by the ears: Actors face artistic challenges

By | Dec 9, 2015

Unlike most plays, “White Rabbit Red Rabbit” has no set, prior rehearsals or director, with a different actor for each of the seven nights who have not read the script until the moment they step on stage.

‘Anonymous’ explores immigrant experience

By | Dec 2, 2015

Main Stage Theatre’s latest production, “Anon(ymous)” focuses on the journey of Anon as a young immigrant.

New film series bring social issues to the big screen

By , | Sep 29, 2015

The series explore historic black cinema and Palestinian film.