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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 11, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

A peek behind the curtain of Ithaca’s most bizarre play

By | May 2, 2018

“So I decided to write a play where the goal was to make the audience uncomfortable.”

Snapshot: Fourth Meal — Late-Night Dining

By | Apr 11, 2018

* Editor’s Note: The Ithacan‘s journalistic coverage of the campus often focuses on formal announcements and events.

New music festival breaks the ice in Ithaca

By | Mar 20, 2018

Nick Frazier, co-founder of Sticky C Key, said his dream is to bring something new to Ithaca that bridges the gap between locals and college students.

Main Stage combines music with magic in fairy tale opera

By | Feb 21, 2018

Guest Stage Director Eric Pearson said the “Cendrillon” opera has undertones that shatter the stigma of the definition of “nuclear family.”

WATCH: Student uses gap year to create music-centered projects

By | Feb 13, 2018

Freshman Aviva Nachman created an independent magazine and later built a music booking company through social media before coming to Ithaca college.

Club partners with local fair-trade store for holiday sale

By | Dec 13, 2017

From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 4 to 6, the Ithaca College Circle K International collaborated with One World Market for its sixth annual holiday fundraiser.

Latest IC Main Stage play puts black women centerstage

By | Dec 6, 2017

The play “In the Red and Brown Water” draws from Yoruba religion to tell a black woman’s coming of age story.

WATCH: Student workers maintain the Ithaca College Natural Lands

By | Oct 12, 2017

“Engaging with the natural environments around us tends to promote our own well-being and inspire pro-environmental behaviors, as well,” Brenner said.

‘Angels in America’ soars to Ithaca College main stage

By | Sep 14, 2017

While the play takes place in the ’80s, Wilde said the themes and characters within “Angels in America” are still as relevant as ever.

Summer Scholars showcase art in Creative Space Gallery

By | Aug 30, 2017

“You have to be self-motivated for the work you do. We’re so used to getting deadlines and guidelines, and to get away from that was a challenge.”

Commentary: “Broke” college student trivializes lower-class issues

By | Apr 26, 2017

There’s a vast difference between not wanting to pay your loans and not having a roof over your head.

Show choir performance addresses political tension

By | Apr 26, 2017

Kesel said a lot of the selected songs reflected how their group feels about politics, and this showcase in particular was more politically fueled than previous showcases.