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‘Lioness: Hidden Treasures’: Soulful Winehouse album keeps popular sound alive

By | Dec 7, 2011

In life, Amy Winehouse was an icon — from her beehive tresses to her struggle with alcohol abuse. In death, she lives on, embodying the quintessentially modern jazz voice.

Clubs collaborate for MS aid

By | Oct 5, 2011

Emerson Suites is often bumping with the loud bass of a concert or beaming with the bright lights of an event, but tonight the Ithaca College community will come together for an event of a different kind.

Professor writes national best-seller

By | Sep 14, 2011

Fierce passion and an unparalleled determination are characteristics shared by both the people in Eleanor Henderson’s debut novel “Ten Thousand Saints” and the author herself.

Students explore diversity through dialogue

By | May 4, 2011

At the center of a circle, a student stands alone, attempting to read a story to her peers. The surrounding group taunts and screams, doing everything it can to distract her. The simulation represents the struggle of living with ADHD. The purpose is to demonstrate diversity.

Big-top book moves onto big screen

By | Apr 27, 2011

“Water for Elephants,” based on Sara Gruen’s poignant New York Times Bestseller, is a film with definite potential but limited plot execution.

Exhibit displays domestic tools as art

By | Feb 10, 2011

Soft olive hues within the gallery beckon visitors through the sheen of its glass doorway. A smooth manila carpet meets the gentle shading of the intriguing and fresh exhibit now at Ithaca College’s Handwerker Gallery: “reimagining the distaff toolkit,” curated by Rickie Solinger.