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December 1, 2022
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Ithaca prepares for upcoming Pride Week events

By | May 5, 2022

The Downtown Ithaca Alliance will host Pride Week from June 26 to July 3, with events including drag performances, dance parties and documentary screenings.


Review: Ambitious viking epic falls slightly short

By | May 4, 2022

Alexander Skarsgård takes on the role of a village raider in a beautifully filmed but disappointing Robert Eggers film.


Brittany Broski visits IC campus for student Q&A

By | Apr 28, 2022

From left, sophomore Annalese Winegard, junior Benjamin Berkowitz and TikTok personality Brittany Broski hold a Q&A session April 19 in Emerson Suites.


Review: “The Dropout” delivers a suspenseful true story

By | Apr 20, 2022

“The Dropout” takes a real-life incident and turns it into a series that chilled viewers.


Review: There isn’t much to love about “Unlimited Love”

By | Apr 14, 2022

Red Hot Chili Peppers re-enter the music scene with a disappointing new album.


IC community unwinds with meditation events

By | Mar 31, 2022

For Spring 2022, there is a one-credit meditation class offered called Meditation: It’s Not What You Think, where students learn about different practices of meditation.


Hand-painted pets spark new business for IC student

By | Feb 24, 2022

Hamberg picked up a hobby of painting during the pandemic, starting with her dog. Before long, she started painting other people’s animals.


Climate change awareness pictured by IC students

By | Feb 17, 2022

Current IC students and alum showcase graphic design artwork in order to raise climate change awareness.


Review: “The Fallout” beautifully tackles loss

By | Feb 10, 2022

Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler both give captivating performances which make up the most influential portions of the film.


IC seminar helps connect students with authors

By | Feb 5, 2022

The New Voices Seminar provides an opportunity for students to connect with professional authors.


Review: Iann Dior gets vulnerable with newest album release

By | Jan 31, 2022

In “on to better things,” Iann Dior opens up with personal lyrics on heartbreak, anxiety and intrusive thoughts.


Mini movie reviews for December 2021-January 2022

Avery Alexander, Senior Writer  
“Sing 2”
5/5 Stars 
“Sing” was one of the most pleasant surprises from Illumination Studios since “Despicable Me.” Fortunately, “Sing 2” proves to be just as charming as its predecessor and preserves the franchise’s status as, perhaps, the most compelling Illumination franchise to date.