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“Porgy and Bess” is one of the most frequently performed operas in the country because it presents a view of race relations between African-American and white communities during the 1930s that still resonates today. 

Set in a fictional Charleston, S.C. neighborhood called Catfish Row, it centers on a love story between a crippled beggar named Porgy and Bess, a woman...

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Bob Iger, chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company and a 1973 alumnus of Ithaca College, has been named Showman of the Year by Variety.

According to the entertainment magazine, the honor is “meant to signify a studio, producer, director, thesp, network or other entity that dominated the showbiz landscape in...

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Dozens of students flocked to IC Square last week to win uterus-shaped cookie cutters, place condoms on bananas and eat penis-shaped snacks.

SexFest, which took place on Nov. 15, is Ithaca College’s annual sexual education fair where students educate themselves on sex-related topics and on the sexual-health-related resources available in Ithaca.

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Josh Golden ’93 was named publisher of Advertising Age magazine on June 1.

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Twelve teams of Ithaca College student entrepreneurs competed in the first annual Startup Idea Demo Day on Thursday, Nov. 17, to take home a combined $6,500 in prizes.

The event, hosted by Rev: Ithaca Startup Works, gave students the opportunity to pitch business ideas to a panel of local entrepreneurial experts and network with business leaders....

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