Students from Ithaca College volunteered around the community for the annual MLK Day of Service.
Protesters carried signs with phrases ranging from “Respect Existence or Expect Resistance” to “My Ovaries Are Over It” to “Build Bridges, Not Walls.”
The nation is looking to Trump to steer the republic — and he has made the direction he has chosen for higher education clearer since the election.
On Dec. 1, the Dillingham Center will present “Winter Bodies,” a ballet dance concert choreographed by professors in the department, until Dec. 4.
Veltri pitched the idea for the fundraiser event, Love and Aid for Amatrice, which the Ithaca College Italian Club hosted Nov. 11 in Emerson Suites.
We could write a long list of grievances against Trump but that would be a waste of your time and ours. Instead we will focus this year on promoting conservative policies, advocating for conservative candidates across New York, and fighting for intellectual diversity and freedom of speech on our campus.