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Winter Festival to kick off holiday season downtown

By | Dec 8, 2010

Perched at the top of Center Ithaca on The Commons Saturday, Santa Claus waved heartily at the huge crowd of small children and their accompanying parents before beginning his descent down the multilevel building, repelling down the side. When he finally reached the ground, the children’s cheers greeted him as they swarmed into Center Ithaca…


Soulful CD soothes fans

By | Dec 8, 2010

Norah Jones’ latest release, “…Featuring Norah Jones” is exactly what the name denotes: a compilation of 18 collaborations with musical artists from 2001-10.


Disney tangles up classic fairy tale

By | Dec 1, 2010

Blonde damsel in distress? Check. Evil stepmother? Check. Handsome love interest? Check. Disney’s latest animated film, “Tangled,” follows the true recipe of the classic fairy tale.


Celebrity oops!

By | Nov 18, 2010

Christian Bale has had his share of dark, brooding roles. From Batman to American Psycho, he’s proved that he excels at angsty and angry characters. However, in a recent interview with Esquire magazine, Bale demonstrated the same kind of anger we’re used to seeing on-screen. In response to a question about being famous, he commented,…


Hot or Not: Winter Coats

By | Oct 27, 2010

Contributing Writer Cady Lang separates winter coat options — from cozy and warm to outdated. Hot Military Jackets With this season’s palette of neutral, subtly sophisticated clothes, it’s only fitting that the trends for outerwear would reflect the same minimalistic attitude. Military jackets, with their utilitarian design, are chicly understated and provide a perfect balance…


Weezy breaks the rules

By | Oct 6, 2010

Lil Wayne, you’d better clean up your conduct; we’ve got a feeling that the officers at the jail are not exactly what you had in mind when you wrote “Ms. Officer.”


Katy Perry Shows Too Much

By | Sep 30, 2010

Let’s limit the risqué outfits to late night television and awards shows, not primetime for preschoolers.


Running on green

By | Sep 16, 2010

Sophomore Jenna Jablonski had a busy day ahead of her Sept. 2. Stopping at the Campus Center dining hall for lunch to fuel the rest of her day, she loaded a plate full of calcium and protein-rich romaine lettuce, dressing and beans. But Jablonski always skips the grill — her lunches are meat-free.