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Model, activist Nyle DiMarco on embracing Deaf identity

Nyle DiMarco never once wished he could hear. Ever since 2014, DiMarco has been active in the public sphere and…
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James Joyce’s ‘The Odyssey’: PKT edition

My vagina. My vagina. My vagina. Now that that's out of the way, I went to Phi Kappa Tau this…

ToddX brings tales of Meat Loaf, nudity, and more

From Buzzfeed to Broadway lighting, the first ever ToddX brought an array of alumni from the entertainment industry to Todd…

Indulgence underdogs come out on top

After practicing 18 hours in a week and staying up till 2 a.m. to perfect formations the night before, the…

ROC Players’ ‘Bright Star,’ syrupy sweet and hard to resist

If you had described the ROC Players’ performance of the bluegrass musical “Bright Star” to me, I would have hated…

Reliving childhood playtime at the Strong Museum

Until Friday, I’d never been to the Strong National Museum of Play, and I’m a senior. I went for College…

Not Vanilla: Award show season standouts

Well, reader, we’re finally done with awards season. I have mixed emotions about this. I’m glad I’ll stop being constantly…

Santa Claus lambaste among absurd pitches at iZone’s ‘Business Karaoke’

At “Business Karaoke,” 10 people volunteered to present slideshows they had never seen before. The event, held Friday in the…

‘Homeworld’ puts the avant-garde in iZone

The story of an alien crash site and a subsequent murder mystery through sculpture, video art, and a conspiracy theory.

Corning Museum: A paradise of glass

Standing outside of the museum for the first time can be overwhelming. It’s huge. The inside of the museum offers quite the opposite feeling: an atmosphere both relaxing and awe-inspiring.