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TikTok offers small glimpse into daily college life

By | Mar 22, 2023

Despite YouTube’s reign as the most popular social video platform, TikTok is emerging as a new way to post college day-in-the-life content.

Ithaca College students join the YikYak herd

By | Mar 1, 2023

No Names. No Faces. No Hate. YikYak’s ideology is slowly becoming the mantra for college students online, and the culture of the platform is hard to explain. 

Review: Tale of lost donkey brings empathy and compassion

By | Feb 22, 2023

“EO,” this year’s Polish Academy Award selection, beautifully succeeds at getting the audience to empathize with a donkey simply through his eyes.

New initiatives put accessibility on the big screen

By | Feb 15, 2023

In an effort to bring in prospective moviegoers following the COVID-19 pandemic, Cinemapolis has implemented new accessibility-focused initiatives.

Review: Nail-biting thriller meets digital landscape

By | Feb 1, 2023

“Missing” is a tense, digital thriller filled with well-developed tension and drama, even if it does not quite reach the heights of “Searching.”

Review: Powerful ensemble grounds story of survival

By | Feb 1, 2023

Following attacks from the men in their colony, a group of women deliberate on whether to stay and fight or leave in Sarah Polley’s “Women Talking.”

IC students selected as Coca-Cola Films finalists

By | Jan 31, 2023

Each year, the Coca-Cola Refreshing Films Program accepts pitches from young filmmakers, like two of the 2023 finalists, Ithaca College first-year students Sami Smith and Malaika Menezes.

Review: Winter 2022–23 movie and album releases

Damien Chazelle, Guillermo del Toro and SZA are among the directors and artists who released new projects during the 2022-2023 winter season.

Dance organizations emerge with unbound talent

By | Dec 7, 2022

As the end of Fall 2022 approaches, two dance companies, IC Defy and IC Unbound, had their end-of-the-semester showcases Dec. 3 and Dec. 4, respectively — ready for the pay off for months of work.

Review: Murder mystery peels back layers of genre

By | Dec 7, 2022

The sequel to the smash hit “Knives Out” delivers, with Rian Johnson crafting a grand, hilarious mystery that does not fall into the same tropes.

Review: Cannibal romance leaves viewers with a full stomach

By | Nov 30, 2022

Luca Guadagnino has once again directed a treat of a film that finds beauty in unconventional places.

Review: Darkly funny satire leaves much to chew on

By | Nov 29, 2022

Director Mark Mylod’s latest film “The Menu” is a biting and cutting satire on foodie culture, the rich and the sacrifices people make for art.