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Behind the Lens

By | Sep 2, 2010

Last Saturday at the end of Garden Apartment 26, junior Mitchell Murdock methodically set up his tripod and 35 mm film camera to take a portrait of junior Griffin Nichols. With Cornell University and the late afternoon light on the rest of East Hill as the backdrop, Nichols stood relaxed and calm, posed but comfortable.


Seniors craft reflective art pieces

By | May 6, 2010

A photograph of a colored eye hangs across the room from a sculpture of a bronze skull. Rows of stark white heads on spikes stand next to a concrete arm climbing through wire. These and other works of art currently at the Handwerker Gallery give a glimpse of college life through an artist’s eyes.


Senior dedicates time working with elderly

By | Apr 29, 2010

Senior Kasey Stevenson was only 3 years old when she started doing research for her future career working with the elderly.


Disney captures beauty of ocean

By | Apr 29, 2010

Walt Disney’s “Oceans” uncovers the wonder beneath the sea in a visually stunning film that fails to hold the audience’s attention beyond its pretty pictures.


Calling all comics

By | Apr 22, 2010

Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, stronger than a crashing tidal wave — superheroes are blasting into town.


Geek Squad

By | Apr 1, 2010

They don’t wear glasses or suspenders. There’s no sign of ink protectors in their pockets. But scattered in offices across campus, they’re still saving students’ and school computers one reboot at a time. It’s Ithaca College’s own Geek Squad. All over the school, more than 100 students working part time for Information Technology Services help…


Geek Squad

By | Apr 1, 2010

They don’t wear glasses or suspenders. There’s no sign of ink protectors in their pockets. But scattered in offices across campus, they’re still saving students’ and school computers one reboot at a time.


A night in the life: Mix in the madness

By | Mar 5, 2010

While some students stumble home after a Friday or Saturday night out, others are working into the early hours of the weekend. In the second installment of the “A Night in the Life” series, Assistant Accent Editor Whitney Faber explores what it’s like to spin the latest hip-hop and dance beats at Moonshadow Tavern on…


Up close and personal

By | Feb 5, 2010

At the side of a busy urban street, a young, dark-skinned Asian-American woman stands in the middle of two black men. They stand strong — their tough attitude shown in their intense gazes and threatening stares. The words are written in their hardened expressions: This photograph is completely in your face. “In Your Face: Contemporary…


Faculty display talent in art exhibition

By | Jan 28, 2010

Interlinking bronze wires twist and turn in a spidery mesh statue, building the form of a regally upstanding deer with tall ears and a long head cocked back to see its onlookers. On a nearby wall, two starch-white canvases with elegant embossed flowers hang in glorious simplicity. Different media. Different themes — all in one…


Local artist showcases work at Ithaca Bakery

By | Dec 10, 2009

Weekends pass slowly at the Ithaca Bakery at the Triphammer Mall as people relax at the intimate café tables — laughing and chatting together. It’s a scene of tranquility, even down to the photographs of flowing falls and quiet wooded scenery on the walls. A series of photographs of Ithaca’s beautiful natural sites, the gorges…


Choosing to worship

By | Nov 13, 2009

Senior Meghan Leary goes to Mass at her home parish about 30 minutes away every Sunday with her family. She has been to almost every Mass at her church since she was 5 years old. But in all her years practicing the faith, she never found a reason to be confirmed, until now. She said…