By Celisa Calacal | Oct 19, 2016
By Michael Ranalli | Oct 19, 2016
By The Ithacan | Oct 19, 2016
By Jake Brenner, Michael Smith, Paula Turkon | Oct 19, 2016
It is the hope that these initiatives increase knowledge about sexual assault to create a more inclusive campus environment.
The administration should work with the union members to identify a funding source that satisfies both parties.
By The Ithacan | Oct 5, 2016
By The Ithacan | Sep 28, 2016
This increase in rapes also brings into question how these rapes are being handled by the campus judicial process and Public Safety.
By Cedrick-Michael Simmons | Oct 5, 2016
By Taylor Ford | Oct 4, 2016
By Catherine Proulx | Sep 28, 2016
By Julia LaJuett | Sep 28, 2016
By Celisa Calacal | Oct 3, 2016
By Celisa Calacal | Oct 2, 2016
By Celisa Calacal | Sep 27, 2016
By Celisa Calacal | Sep 21, 2016
Trump’s words should anger you not only because they would be offensive to your sister, daughter or mother, but because they are derogatory toward all women.
By Kyle Stewart | Oct 17, 2016
Our environmental debate should not be focused on whether climate change is occurring but rather on which ideas are the best to solve our climate crisis.
By Kyle Stewart | Oct 3, 2016
People react forcefully when called names. Voters get angry and look for their own candidate to fight back. Trump is that candidate.
By Kyle Stewart | Sep 27, 2016
The Constitution is a framework for our government and our country. It is not meant to address every societal and technological change. Nor should it.
By Kyle Stewart | Sep 20, 2016
Education policy should focus on helping failing schools improve so they can pass any standards and have graduates that are career and college ready.
By Emma Whitestone | Oct 5, 2016
Trump’s ideas to protect Americans from terrorism are not only offensive, but they would be almost entirely ineffective at preventing any terrorism.
By Emma Whitestone | Sep 27, 2016
While Clinton’s word choice was questionable, the issue here is that Clinton is gaining more attention for her accusations of racism and sexism than Trump is for his actual racist and sexist remarks.
By Emma Whitestone | Sep 18, 2016
Not only do local elections affect citizens directly, but residents also have the chance to influence local government.
By Emma Whitestone | Sep 14, 2016
The best way to describe Kenyatta is as a President who does a lot for people who are well off but not much for those who need government help.
By Isabella Grullon | Oct 18, 2016
The United States’ reputation in the Middle East and Asia as a whole may lead to skepticism on why the U.S. is there in the first place.
By Isabella Grullon | Oct 4, 2016
If we really sit down and think about it, the Congolese are currently fighting for their own democracy.
By Isabella Grullon | Sep 25, 2016
Everyone seems vexed on fixing the immigration issue from within the border, ignoring that there is an imminent migration crisis right at the foot of the door.
By Isabella Grullon | Sep 21, 2016
By Asma Barlas | Sep 21, 2016
In today’s climate, fossil fuel consumption is by far the most pressing issue facing our environment and dGEIS should address this issue directly.
By John Graves | Sep 14, 2016
If you run into trouble: look for help! It’s all around you. All you need to do is ask.
By Jim Mica | Aug 30, 2016
It is problematic that a mental illness is being sensationalized in such a way and I am disappointed that my own struggles have been exploited to attract more readers.
By Gabriella Jorio | May 13, 2016
By IC Republicans | Sep 4, 2016
Violence has no place in our community. As we navigate our way through these difficult times, we must actively love and continue to support one another in whatever ways we can.
By SGA Senate | Aug 31, 2016
By Contingent Faculty | Jun 24, 2016
“We expect you to answer some lingering questions about the details of the process more directly.”
By Ithaca College Faculty | Jun 16, 2016