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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 13, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Ed Sheeran divides and conquers with newest album

By | Mar 7, 2017

Sheeran demonstrates his skills on “Divide” — the variety of sounds on this record is diverse, and Sheeran’s dedication to independence is ambitious.

Review: Sivan’s electric tracks loaded with emotion

By | Dec 8, 2015

Full of emotion, the Australian singer tells a coming-of-age story with dark, melancholic and sentimental tracks.

Review: Four years later, Adele is back and better than ever

By | Nov 30, 2015

Full of gorgeous vocals, the singer shows off her raw and honest lyrics that fans have missed, sweeping listeners away with her soulful and explosive tracks in “25.”

Review: Little Mix’s latest a jumble of sound

By | Nov 10, 2015

British girl band Little Mix has yet to find their individual style and lack originality.

One Singular Sensation: Main Stage puts on ‘A Chorus Line’

By | Nov 4, 2015

The Department of Theatre Arts’s second Main Stage show of the season, “A Chorus Line,” is director Mary Corsaro’s last show after 31 years as a professor at Ithaca College.

Review: Boyband sees success with feel-good tunes

By | Oct 26, 2015

5 Seconds of Summer has truly experimented more with its sound and vocals on “Sounds Good Feels Good,” and the album does not disappoint.

Review: New a cappella album impresses

By | Oct 20, 2015

Full of soulful sounds, Pentatonix has created a catchy and feel-good album.

Shakespeare takes Ithaca College’s Main Stage

By | Sep 29, 2015

Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts will soon put on its first Main Stage show for the season, “As You Like It,” written by William Shakespeare.

Review: Lana Del Rey’s somber songs satisfy on “Honeymoon”

By | Sep 21, 2015

“Honeymoon” has been expertly executed, and Del Rey truly knows how to showcase her dreamy and classic voice along with the gentle background music.

Review: Oh Wonder stuns with debut album

By | Sep 8, 2015

The songs on “Oh Wonder” are hauntingly beautiful, and the musical chemistry between the two is undeniable.

Archaeology book examines artifacts of Cayuga Lake area

By | Sep 8, 2015

Staff writer Serena Weiss spoke with professor and archaeologist Jack Rossen to ask him about his new book, the research and hard work involved, and the process of putting it together.

Review: New artist breaks genre boundaries in first release

By | Apr 7, 2015

With undeniably sleek vocals and heartfelt lyrics, Bay has put himself out there and is an artist to keep an eye on.