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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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I got to play video games for 15 weeks one semester -- and I got credit for it! But the course I took was a bit more sophisticated than a round of Mario Kart -- and that’s an understatement. It was actually a fascinating, mind-boggling class called Religion, Ritual, and Virtual Reality.

In every class we explored the digital universe -- for example, by playing in the world of...

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It isn't often Ithaca has princesses visit, but on December 12 the "Princess of Black Poetry" will give a free public presentation. Nikki Giovanni, world-renowned writer, commentator, activist and educator, is giving a public presentation as part of the “In My Own Words” series sponsored by the...

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      This past weekend, the African Latino Society celebrated Hip-Hop History month with a two day event titled, “The Essence of Hip-Hop” in Emerson Suites. On Saturday night, audiences enjoyed performances by DJ Kuttin Kandi, Hip-hop activist and author JLove, and M1 of Dead Prez, a hip-hop artist who...

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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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