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July 2, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Clubs carry on during COVID-19

By | May 30, 2020

Although the COVID-19 pandemic halted campus life in March, some Ithaca College student organizations found new ways to keep students engaged. 

Student film becomes Coca-Cola Refreshing Films finalist

By | May 28, 2020

Over the course of the six-month program, students are given the opportunity to bring their visions to reality — and possibly to the big screen.

At the ReUse Center, second-hand objects find a home

By | Apr 5, 2020

The Ithaca ReUse Center is a nonprofit organization that showcases second-hand items. The shop is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.

Center dives into the history of Tompkins County

By | Feb 5, 2020

The center focuses on the history of Tompkins County, and its goal is to connect with the history of the area.

Review: Movies from the winter season

“Marriage Story,” “Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker,” “Little Women” and “Cats” were statement films this winter season.

Review: Film captures realistic panic of war

By | Jan 17, 2020

Set during World War I, “1917” is a grand-scaled epic directed and co–written by Sam Mendes.

HSHP clinic provides treatment to performers

By | Oct 23, 2019

The Ithaca College physical therapy and occupational therapy departments hold free injury evaluations for performing arts students.

Review: “El Camino” stands apart from famous predecessor

By | Oct 23, 2019

Six years ago, “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan left his viewers with an explosive conclusion to one of the best television series ever created.

Review: DC offers a gritty look at the Clown Prince of Crime

By | Oct 22, 2019

In 2008, Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” changed the comic book movie genre forever.

Salsa Night brings Latino culture to Ithaca

By | Oct 3, 2019

Every Wednesday night at AGAVA, it is normal for vibrant music and energetic dancers to fill every corner of the restaurant.

Researchers study increase in depression for students

By | Sep 18, 2019

Poor mental health among students has increased across the U.S. Research by Ithaca College faculty and students shows the college is no exception. 

Review: Dynamic characters keep horror film afloat

By | Sep 17, 2019

The first part of the “IT” franchise opens with an iconic scene: Pennywise the Clown (Bill Skarsgård) confronts Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) in a sewer; the scene results in the 6-year-old boy’s arm viciously being bitten off in the clown’s jaws.