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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 17, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: Teaching fellow wins award for genetics research

By | May 1, 2017

Opinion Editor Celisa Calacal spoke to Rodriguez about her research, the findings of her paper and the importance of studying evolution.

Q&A: Ithaca College student wins two research awards

By | Apr 19, 2017

Junior Dallas Fonseca was awarded the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and was accepted to the Amgen Scholars Program for his biology research.

Office Hours: History professor discusses labor movement

By | Apr 17, 2017

Ithaca College history professor Jonathan Ablard discusses a labor strike led by barbers in 1906 in Buenos Aires.

Q&A: First black Miss Israel Titi Aynaw visits Ithaca College

By | Apr 5, 2017

Titi Aynaw was the first Ethiopian-born and first black woman to win Miss Israel in 2013, and spoke about her views on Israel and Palestine.

Q&A: Local advocacy group focuses on sexual assault

By | Mar 22, 2017

Ithaca organization PLEDGE 4 Ithaca is dedicated to providing resources to educate members of the community about sexual assault.

Q&A: Talk explores role of Islamic feminism

By | Mar 1, 2017

Shehnaz Haqqani spoke about the origins of Islamic feminism and its future in feminist discourse during a talk Feb. 28 at Ithaca College.

Q&A: Author discusses men’s role in feminism

By | Feb 22, 2017

Robert Jensen’s book, “The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men” focuses on the ways men can adopt radical feminism.

Q&A: IC professor explores punitive school policies

By | Feb 15, 2017

Jessica Dunning-Lozano, assistant professor of sociology, discussed the impacts of punitive, zero-tolerance disciplinary policies on children of color.

Q&A: Politics professor critiques capitalist theory

By | Feb 8, 2017

Naeem Inayatullah published a scholarly article with co-writer David Blaney about how most working-class people are exploited through unpaid labor.

Q&A: Ithaca College students seek to stop flow of period stigma

By | Jan 31, 2017

Sophomores Gianna Folz and Nicole Marino are working to end the taboo on women’s periods and cultivate a more accepting culture of menstruation.

Q&A: LGBT program director receives award for toolkit

By | Nov 30, 2016

“The Teaching Transgender Toolkit” offers resources for educators and others who want to facilitate discussions about transgender people.

Q&A: Journalism professors discuss media in Ethiopia

By | Nov 17, 2016

Mebratu Gebremariam Belay and Zenawi Zerihun, two professors from Ethiopia, visited the Park School to learn more about its communications program.