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“I feel like I just took a shower in truth,” said one IC student after watching spoken-word artist Saul Williams perform to a packed house at Ithaca.

Williams took the mike at Ithaca College’s Park Auditorium recently to deliver poetry, song, artistry, and insight to the enthusiastic crowd.

Saul Williams performing in Park...

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In protest of California's Proposition 8, which revokes the right for the LGBT community to marry, IC' s student group Created Equal staged a unique fund raiser in Emerson Suites this past week. For the suggested donation of $8.00, students received a fake marriage certificate and matching rings (ring pops!) after "marrying" anyone of their choosing.

"Created Equal...

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The Ithaca College Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services is continuing its long-held tradition of raising awareness about LGBT issues through their fall film series: Visibili T Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen Film Series. The film series, which kicked off August 30, with a showing of the ...

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"I wanna make this very clear," Byron Hurt says in his documentary, Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, "I love hip hop." But just because Hurt loves hip hop, doesn't mean he can't question it. And that's just what he does.

Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes examines issues of masculinity, sexual aggression, and ...

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In a city such as Ithaca and on a campus like Ithaca College, the personalities and people you can encounter cover the entire spectrum of possibilities. In such a free-flowing place of intellectualism and acceptance, it should be no surprise to find a thriving community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students at...

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