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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 24, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: What’s next for higher ed?

By | May 1, 2013

The landmarks of the past academic year have centered on Ithaca College’s search for a future.

Review: George Saunders triumphs with smart short stories

By | Jan 24, 2013

Author George Saunders provides his sharp commentary on American values and social behavior in “Tenth of December.”

Ithaca College organizations reach out to young student voters

By | Oct 11, 2012

Ithaca College Democrats and Ithaca College Republicans are working to reach out to students to make sure they cast their ballots.

‘Innocence of Muslims’ video sparks violence and global debate

By | Sep 27, 2012

The Ithaca College community combats violence by emphasizing moderate aspects of the faith in the wake of anti-American protests.

Commentary: Operation Crossroads Africa volunteering alters activism views

By | Aug 28, 2012

During my summer volunteering in Ghana, in a makeshift open-door school with dirt floors that turned to mud every time it rained, I learned there are some things we can’t change, no matter how much we scream.

Senior’s upbeat study helps autistic children

By | May 3, 2012

Senior Kristen Axelsen is an A student who is planning to spend the five years after her graduation working hard to earn a doctoral degree in psychology. But for three semesters at Ithaca College, it was all about laughter.

Engaging comedy defies gender roles

By | May 2, 2012

“How I Met Your Mother” star Jason Segel finds his comedic better half in the new romantic comedy “The Five-Year Engagement.”

‘The Three Stooges’: Farrelly brothers bring Stooges back in modern flick

By | Apr 25, 2012

“Dumb and Dumber” directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly return to the big screen in the newest rendition of “The Three Stooges.” The Farrellys trade the Stooges’ traditional slapstick comedy for crude humor to turn out a new hit.

Continuing the battle

By | Apr 25, 2012

After his wife was diagnosed with cancer in 2008, Ed Vorbach worked to keep life as normal as possible for his son, who was a senior in high school.

‘Lockout’: Thriller crashes with poor script

By | Apr 18, 2012

While the directors of “Lockout” aimed to piece together the most thrilling parts of classic films like “Armageddon,” “The Green Mile” and “Rambo” to create an epic tale of patriotism and adventure, they only managed to produce a lackluster film filled with clichés. “Lockout” follows Agent Snow (Guy Pearce) as he tries to avoid a…

In loving memory

By | Mar 21, 2012

In April of her junior year of high school, Olivia Rowe brought a plastic bag into a hallway bathroom and tied it over her head to stop her breathing. She thought she wanted to kill herself.

Sleepy band awakens for spring tour

By | Feb 22, 2012

After ending a tour with funk rock group Cage the Elephant, garage-rock band Sleeper Agent is getting a new reason to rock with the release of its first album, “Celebrasion.”