December 1, 2020
Ithaca, NY | 39°F

Stories of justice painted into Ithaca murals

By | Oct 16, 2020

Bold, bright colors express even bolder ideas at the Underground Railroad mural displayed beneath the Aurora Street bridge on Green Street.


Commentary: Power is listening, but the action is revolutionary

By | Jul 19, 2020

As the Students of Color Coalition senator and a P.O.C. individual, I am demanding Ithaca College to work and collaborate with P.O.C. students.


‘The Brown Girl Chronicles’- IC Strike

By | Mar 3, 2020

In this episode, host Sobeida Rosa speaks with Hope Gardner and Julia Siegal, founding members of IC Strike, an activist group at Ithaca College aimed on raising awareness on sexual assault and domestic violence.


Activist speaks on intersectionality in activism

By | Feb 19, 2020

Yavilah McCoy, an educator, anti-racism activist and diversity, equity and inclusion consultant, visited Ithaca College on Feb. 18 to speak.


Editorial: Students must take advantage of open discussions on campus

By The Ithacan | Oct 24, 2019

The responsibility to curate positive change can’t fall on the administration alone.


Commentary: Activism demands youth participation

By | Sep 18, 2019

I learned that there are so many ways to be “active,” like simply taking the time to educate yourself on something you don’t yet understand or speaking up.


Filmmaker discusses documentary making and climate activism

By | Sep 13, 2019

Orlowski is a cinematographer and founder of Exposure Labs, a production group that focuses on creating films about social issues like climate change.


Local activists hold forum to protest airport expansion

By | Mar 27, 2019

A forum was held to discuss community members’ concerns surrounding the effects of the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport expansion.


IC students produce documentary about living wages in Ithaca

By | Mar 5, 2019

Ithaca College students are volunteering with the Tompkins County Workers’ Center to make a documentary on the organization’s living wage campaign.


Commentary: Ithaca’s complicity in symbols of hate

By | Feb 13, 2019

It is our duty to constructively hold these centers of power to account as they entrench themselves in abhorrent practices across the Central New York region.


Q&A: Cantor debunks myths about homelessness

By | Oct 23, 2018

Cantor Abbe Lyons, Jewish chaplain at Muller Chapel, recently wrote a commentary debunking several myths about homelessness and called for people to think compassionately about it.


The Death Toll Rises While Compassion Declines

By | Sep 3, 2018

We as students must recognize that the lives of 3.4 million citizens of the U.S. have been changed forever by Maria, and that we, as individuals and as Americans, must continue to support Puerto Rico.