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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Guest Commentary: Medical marijuana program must follow Colorado example

By | Jan 29, 2014

The grass is always greener on the other side, and for an increasing number of states, marijuana is the newest cash crop.

Senior helps train Guiding Eyes puppies

By | Apr 18, 2013

Puppies selected for the Guiding Eyes for the Blind program are, in part, chosen for their confidence, something senior Grace Goodhew, an aging studies major with a focus in management and administration, knows a thing or two about.

Campus Center employee comforts students with lunchtime greetings

By | Oct 11, 2012

Blondeva Brooks, an employee at Campus Center dining hall, swipes in hundreds of students at Grab and Go daily.

‘Anonymous’: Film plays up mystery

By | Nov 16, 2011

Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” are some of the better-known words in English literature, but what if their author, William Shakespeare, didn’t write them at all?

Drama brings light to cops’ plight

By | Nov 16, 2011

Tables turn as two cops must be the ones who are interrogated in the upcoming minimalist Readers’ Theatre production of “A Steady Rain.”

Existential show brings Hell to life

By | Nov 10, 2011

Though typically reserved for sinners sent below ground, Hell may be right around the corner, or in this case, on stage at Cornell University.

Postal Service struggles under crippling deficit

By | Nov 3, 2011

The United States Postal Service carries hundreds of thousands of letters and packages every day, but it is carrying a heavier weight as well — a massive deficit which has the agency considering massive changes.

Soulful indie songwriter switches sound

By | Oct 27, 2011

Ditching heartbreak for hope, songwriter Rachael Yamagata, whose indie blues-rock music has been featured on TV shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” finds a new voice on her newest album while keeping her soul.

Jarring production misses the mark

By | Oct 12, 2011

From the dreary small towns of Washington to the highly charged deserts of Iraq, “Plumfield, Iraq,” Ithaca College’s first theater production of the season, flits between the duality of right and wrong, and effectively portrays one character’s state of mind, but fails to create a connection to its other themes.

‘Fortunate’ alumni win documentary Emmy

By | Oct 6, 2011

Two Ithaca College alumni, Landon Van Soest ’04 and Jeremy Levine ’06, took home an Emmy for their film at the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on Sept. 26. “Good Fortune” was honored with the Emmy in the category of Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting — Long Form.

Speaker salsa dances to teach leadership skills

By | Sep 21, 2011

Motivational speaker Stan Pearson doesn’t just use a microphone to get a crowd on its feet. He gets them grooving to a beat using salsa dancing in his presentations. Pearson uses comedy, his real-life experiences and interactive activities to talk about how to revamp any student’s skills as a leader.

Lip Dub II canceled

By | Sep 18, 2011

IC Lip Dub II, scheduled to shoot from noon until 4 p.m. today, has been canceled.