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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Adapted romance film ‘After’ just as problematic as book

By | Apr 16, 2019

“After” takes a problematic fanfiction and turns it into a frustrating and predictable movie.

Review: Side characters suffer in “Shrill”

By | Mar 24, 2019

The first season of “Shrill” is best described as a sweet and slow character study about discovering self-worth and the selfishness that can accompany it.

Junior’s paper peers into past periodicals

By | Jan 29, 2019

An 18th-century British periodical that disguised political commentary through an innocuous narrator — a bird —  inspired a paper by Ithaca College junior Eliana Berger that illustrated how oppressed voices of the time spoke out.

Review: “Mrs. Maisel” loses momentum but retains charm

By | Dec 10, 2018

The second season of “The Marvelous Mrs.

Review: Heller crafts a darkly delicate film of writing forgery

By | Nov 25, 2018

“Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is a heist film, but don’t expect any bombs or car chases.

Review: ‘Sierra Burgess’ is a losing love story

By | Sep 11, 2018

Ultimately, the film tries and fails to add any nuance to the young adult rom-com conversation.

Review: Workplace drama makes bold political statements

By | Aug 26, 2018

“The Bold Type” demonstrates that a show can prioritize both high-stakes subject matter alongside personal drama.

Review: Drama takes fresh perspective on political scandal

By | Apr 17, 2018

The film’s true focus is on the people who surround the family — the political fixers that maintain the Kennedy mythology.

Review: Superhero’s second season fails to live up to legacy

By | Mar 24, 2018

Meeting the incredibly high standard set by the first season of Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” was always an unattainable goal.

Review: Cookie-cutter country romance lacks character

By | Jan 30, 2018

“Forever My Girl” feels like a Hallmark Channel movie that mistakenly got a wide release.

Review: Greta Gerwig’s family drama soars

By | Nov 29, 2017

“Lady Bird” renders every previous coming-of-age film shallow, insincere and outdated.

New diversity fellow joins Department of Writing

By | Nov 15, 2017

“My main ambition is to continue contributing to this field, as a writer, as a thinker, and to be in a position to help mentor students.”