February 9, 2023
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IC students get involved in the world of cryptocurrency

By | Sep 21, 2021

As cryptocurrency speculation has increased, IC students have been making investments, attending debates and taking courses on the subject.


Chess Club looks to expand membership to new players

By | Sep 15, 2021

The IC Chess Club is looking to become an established, bona fide club for all players regardless of experience.


Review: New book masterfully exposes lies behind Afghanistan war

By | Sep 13, 2021

“The Afghanistan Papers” is a grim but masterful exposé of the corruption and deception that fueled the Afghanistan War.


Review: Addison Rae stars in insipid Netflix remake

By | Sep 7, 2021

In “He’s All That,” a gender-swapped remake of the lukewarm 90’s film “She’s All That,” TikTok star Addison Rae succeeds only at butchering dialogue.


Q&A: IC professor investigates pop culture entrepreneurs

By | Aug 30, 2021

Ithaca College Business School professor Ed Catto hosted a panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2021 about pop culture entrepreneurship in history.


Review: Jason Momoa’s latest thriller is banal and melodramatic

By | Aug 29, 2021

Jason Momoa’s action-thriller is tone-deaf, melodramatic and somewhere between the fun of B-list action movies and C-list straight-to-video trash.


Business school MBA program puts on showcase for artists

By | Aug 25, 2021

On July 16, former Ithaca College students Jake Smith (’20) and John Kearny (’20) hosted “The Showcase at the State,” where up-and-coming musicians performed.


Review: Summer 2021 movie releases

“The Suicide Squad,” “Black Widow,” “Summer of Soul” and “Jungle Cruise” were films that created noise in a summer movie season with many releases.


Column: Netflix comments on social media

By | May 4, 2021

Netflix has begun to make documentaries about the influence of social media as it becomes an increasingly present part of daily life.


Review: George W. Bush paints kitschy paintings of immigrants

By | May 4, 2021

Former President George W. Bush’s new book of paintings, “Out of Many, One,” contains awful art made by an even more awful person.


Model European Union holds virtual conference for students

By | Apr 29, 2021

This year, the chatter, debates and discourse that the Model European Union (EU) offers students shifted to a virtual setting.


Local lounge brings back live music

By | Apr 28, 2021

From left, Devon Buckley, Johnny Driscoll, Eliana Maharani and Aria Dawn Tiphereth perform April 10 at Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar. This was the bar’s second live show since the pandemic.