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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

March 28, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Local baker serves up allergy-friendly treats

By | Mar 4, 2020

A typical baker might shape their cupcake recipe around three major ingredients: sugar, flour and butter.

Focused Footwork: Pulse Hip-Hop prepares for showcase

By | Feb 13, 2020

Typically, Pulse Hip Hop, an Ithaca College dance team dedicated to hip-hop dancing, performs its spring semester showcase in March.

Review: Indie album falls on thin foundation

By | Feb 9, 2020

Wolf Parade’s fifth album, “Thin Mind,” marks the group’s second project since 2017.

Bob Dylan and his Band perform on campus

By | Nov 21, 2019

As the rows of seats placed across the Ithaca College Athletics and Events Center began to fill for folk-rock singer Bob Dylan’s concert Nov.

Annual National Novel Writing Month fosters creativity

By | Nov 14, 2019

On a cold, dark Friday night, the Alley Cat Cafe in downtown Ithaca is a warm safe haven from the harsh weather.

Students build businesses out of personal passions

By | Nov 7, 2019

Before sophomore Luna McCulloch came to Ithaca College to study film, she said art was already a huge part of her life.

Review: Awaited album is anything but divine

By | Nov 6, 2019

It is safe to say that Chicago-based rapper Kanye West is one of the biggest trolls in the music industry to date.

Annual music festival supports community

By | Sep 25, 2019

On a typically quiet street in the Fall Creek neighborhood, dozens of people crowded around the porch of an old house, dancing and singing along to the soulful croons and acoustic guitars of a local folk band.

Q&A: Choral director acts as artist in residence

By | Sep 18, 2019

Janet Galvan, director of choral activities at Ithaca College, served as an artist in residence at Mississippi State University (MSU) from Sept.

Review: “Pressure” is a dynamic album to remember

By | Sep 10, 2019

Florida-based band Wage War is one of the latest metalcore groups bursting into the mainstream.

Take it or leave it offers environmental benefits

By | Sep 5, 2019

Within the basement of Clarke Hall lies a room full of hidden treasures.

Students discover niche research opportunities at Comic-Con

By | Aug 29, 2019

In July, an estimated over 130,000 people attended San Diego Comic-Con at the San Diego Convention Center.