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Trumpet professor performs on NPR’s ‘Performance Today’

By | Oct 22, 2014

Frank Gabriel Campos, professor of trumpet performance at Ithaca College, performed on National Public Radio’s syndicated program “Performance Today.”

Review: Indie duo ‘Wampire’ survives transition to full band

By | Oct 21, 2014

Going from a two-piece act to a full band can be an awkward or convoluted process.

Writing professor teaches belly dancing to Longview residents

By | Oct 8, 2014

Katharyn Machan, professor of writing, performs and teaches belly dancing around the City of Ithaca.

Review: ‘Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ singer shows sensitive side in ‘Crush Songs’

By | Sep 23, 2014

Karen O breaks from her rocker roots to deliver a more sentimental musical venture.

Review: ‘Blacc Hollywood’ burned out by rapper’s shallow lyrics

By | Sep 17, 2014

Wiz Khalifa’s stoner image ultimately hurts his attempts at emotion.

Artist Julia Randall’s pieces featured in Handwerker Gallery

By | Aug 27, 2014

Artist Julia Randall’s hyperrealistic drawings are featured in the Handwerker Gallery in an exhibit titled “Oral Fixations.”

Students produce psychological video game

By | Apr 23, 2014

The Ithaca College Game Developers Club created “Rorschach,” a video game in which the player is a patient of the mad Dr. Rory Schach.

Ithacon speaker discusses female comic tropes

By | Apr 9, 2014

Kristiina Korpus ’13 gave a talk on April 5 at Ithacon discussing sexism in Japanese anime. Staff Writer Tylor Colby sat down with Korpus to further discuss her thoughts regarding female representation in comic books.

Review: Action thrives in surreal dark comedy

By | Apr 2, 2014

Latest from famed director offers more action than past films.

Review: Erotic thriller questions nature of love

By | Mar 19, 2014

An unsettling tone and divisive story drive provocative movie

Review: Band of Horses rein in crowd

By | Feb 26, 2014

Band of Horses brings acoustic fun to the State Theatre of Ithaca.

Through the woods: The Readers’ Theatre to present intense thriller

By | Feb 19, 2014

From March 7–9, the Readers’ Theatre will stage a performance of Neil LaBute’s “In A Forest, Dark And Deep,” directed by Cynthia Henderson, associate professor of theater arts at Ithaca College.