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Editorial: Insurance changes cause confusion among students

Editorial: Insurance changes cause confusion among students

By The Ithacan February 22, 2023
The college should not let its international community suffer financially because of its poor communication skills.   
Members of Ithaca College chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action stand outside the Hammond Health Center.

Activist group guarantees student access to contraceptives on campus

By Bianca Mestiza, Staff Writer April 4, 2018
Ithaca College publicly announced that the college will continue to support students’ access to contraceptives after lobbying from the Ithaca College chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a
National Recap: Republicans propose health care bill

National Recap: Republicans propose health care bill

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor September 19, 2017
Conservative groups have spoken against the bill, saying that there needs to be a full overhaul of Obamacare — not just a replacement.
National Recap: Republican health care bill falls flat

National Recap: Republican health care bill falls flat

By Celisa Calacal, Opinion Editor March 29, 2017
Despite promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the GOP's attempt to pass a health care overhaul bill has failed.

Editorial: Long-lasting resistance under Trump era

February 1, 2017
Taking direct action that is not as visible is just as important as putting one’s physical body on the front lines in a protest.
National Recap: Unsure future for U.S. health care

National Recap: Unsure future for U.S. health care

By Celisa Calacal, Opinion Editor February 1, 2017
The Affordable Care Act may be repealed as President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress take action to gut the health care law.
Christina Moylan, director of public health emergency preparedness, first began working at the college in 2015 as an assistant professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education in which she specialized in health policy and management. She then went on to work as associate dean of the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance in 2018.

Commentary: Affordable Care Act rests on shaky ground

By Christina Moylan February 1, 2017
The “replace” options floated so far are rehashed been-there-done-that approaches long favored by conservatives.
In addition to what Trump has said, many now debate how his policies and administration will impact women’s rights.

National Recap: Trump era and women’s rights

By Celisa Calacal, Opinion Editor January 25, 2017
In addition to what Trump has said, many now debate how his policies and administration will impact women’s rights.

What Obama did for the U.S.

By Emma Whitestone January 24, 2017
Obama’s time in office will certainly serve as an important milestone in this long process of mending racial divides.
College sees increase in adjunct faculty

College sees increase in adjunct faculty

By Kira Maddox, Proofreader April 23, 2014
Employment trends at Ithaca College show a noticeable increase in the number of part-time, per-course faculty employed in higher education.

Tensions flare with Obamacare

By Dylan Maloney February 5, 2014

Those who watched President Obama’s State of the Union Address on Jan. 28 may have noticed his wonderful use of anecdotal evidence. The president used the story of Amanda Shelley, a single mother working...

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