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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 12, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Ithaca native explores science and religion in first book

By | Nov 5, 2019

Ithaca native Sasha Sagan wrote her first full-length novel, “For Small Creatures Such As We: Rituals for Meaning in Our Unlikely World,” focusing on her family history, experience with religion and relationship with the scientific community.

A cappella and broadway come together in club

By | Oct 2, 2019

Walking down Broadway Street in New York, the line of musicals seems endless, from established shows like “Wicked” to relatively new successes like “Hadestown.” Ithaca College’s Fall 2019 organization fair was no different.

Sorority combines service and sisterhood

By | Sep 11, 2019

A group of women charged into Walmart on a mission: raid the tampons, pads and chocolate aisles.

Ithaca College grounds crew adds color to campus

By | Apr 25, 2019

It’s a spring day and students are out lounging in their hammocks, balancing on their tightropes and sitting on blankets or benches.

Art students’ prints migrate to global exhibit

By | Apr 2, 2019

Though moths are often associated with contaminated food, clothing damage and lamp memes, Ithaca College’s Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography class students are reimagining them as beautiful creatures to be celebrated.

Review: “WarGround” is unplayable and underwhelming

By | Feb 18, 2019

WarGround is a free-to-play, turn-based strategy game on Steam — a platform that distributes games and related media, not unlike an online Gamestop — that offers new ideas and art styles to hide a mountain of flaws.

Q&A: Student wins the Hometown Hero award for LGBTQ advocacy

By | Jan 21, 2019

When Ithaca College freshman Ethan Cepeda received the New York Daily News’ 2018 Hometown Hero Award, he didn’t even know award existed.

Students sail around the world while studying abroad at sea

By | Dec 4, 2018

“I miss wobbling my way around the hallways.”

Comedy and contagion combine in student musical

By | Nov 6, 2018

Giering has been dreaming of bringing bubonic-infested coffins to his own stage.

Dance team culture delivers style and self-expression

By | Oct 23, 2018

“We dance to Shakira,” Hejl said. “‘Hips Don’t Lie’ is our go-to song. Anytime that’s on, you immediately stop what you’re doing, and you just go. It’s Shakira time.”

LGBTQ groups emphasize intersectionality

By | Sep 12, 2018

When now sophomore Luis Valderrama was figuring out his gender identity in high school, he could only find narratives of white, masculine trans men.

Coffeehouse art showcase highlights LGBTQ artists of color

By | May 2, 2018

“This space isn’t only for artwork, it’s also to connect with people who are part of the community,” Armour said.