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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

March 26, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Local barbers and Ithaca College Hillel fight cancer head on

By | Mar 8, 2017

Sophomore Ryan Downie said he decided to drop by because he could kill two birds with one stone: He could donate to charity and get a haircut.

Review: ‘XX’ is a frightfully dull domestic horror anthology

By | Mar 6, 2017

“XX” is a compilation of realistic domestic anxieties that excels at portraying intimate drama but fails to deliver satisfying horror.

Review: Verbinski’s gothic mystery is bogged down by cliche

By | Feb 27, 2017

“A Cure for Wellness” could have heralded a return to the classic horror of the late 19th and century, but instead sinks into convoluted cliche.

Students fall head over reels at 48 hour rom-com film festival

By | Feb 15, 2017

The Rom Com 48 Film Festival, as the name suggests, challenged students to make the best 3–5 minute romantic comedy short in 48 hours.

Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers honor African-American culture

By , | Feb 8, 2017

The name of the group honors longtime Ithaca resident Dorothy Cotton, an outspoken civil rights figure who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr.

Review: ‘Life Without Sound’ is an album without soul

By | Feb 1, 2017

The gritty, tense conclusion to “Life Without Sound” is undermined by the bland tracks that open Cloud Nothings’ latest album.

Professor’s nonfiction novel challenges narrative tradition

By | Jan 31, 2017

Catherine Taylor’s latest nonfiction book, “You, Me, and the Violence,” an in-depth examination of drones, will be released in the fall of 2017.

Creator of ‘Black-ish’ Kenya Barris wins Rod Serling Award

By | Nov 27, 2016

Ithaca College recognizes Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” with the Rod Serling Award.

Review: New Marvel blockbuster not quite ‘Strange’ enough

By | Nov 23, 2016

“Doctor Strange” meets expectations but does not exceed them. Marvel can’t be afraid to make bold choices, to be unusual — to be strange.

Killin’ the vibe: ‘Death Boogie’ shimmies onto stage Nov. 15

By | Nov 15, 2016

Told from multiple perspectives, “Death Boogie” focuses on the meaning of courage and sacrifice in times of hardship.

Review: Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno’ fails to spark interest in viewers

By | Nov 12, 2016

“Inferno” leaves one question in the viewer’s mind: Why? Why did this adventure need to happen? Why do any of these characters matter?

Review: ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ relies on feeble jump scares

By | Oct 31, 2016

“Ouija: Origin of Evil” attempts to go beyond flashy style, establishing complex, human relationships that are lacking in much of modern cinema.