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Anna Gardner 19 graduated with degrees in film, photography and visual arts and art history. While at Ithaca College, she was an inaugural Presidential Fellow.

Commentary: Academic Program Prioritization neglects space for campus grief

By Anna Gardner February 17, 2021
Staff and contingent faculty are my friends. Hardly any campuswide acknowledgement of their furloughs-turned-to-layoffs has occurred.
Anna Gardner 19 graduated with degrees in film, photography and visual arts and art history. While at Ithaca College, she was an inaugural Presidential Fellow.

Commentary: White feminists need to do better

By Anna Gardner March 6, 2019
So, what does this mean for Ithaca College Feminists United? I can’t decide our future, but what I hope for ICFU is that it continues to be critical of feminism and vulnerable.
Anna Gardner, senior film, photography and visual art and art history major, writes that victims of sexual assault should be believed regardless of when they come forward.

Commentary: We need to believe survivors regardless of their timing

By Anna Gardner September 26, 2018
So, let’s believe survivors. Let’s believe every single one of them. We only have everything to gain.
Junior Anna Gardner, pictured above at a rally in November of 2017, writes that the public must hold abusers like Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar accountable for their actions.

Commentary: USA Gymnastics team deserves public support

By Anna Gardner January 30, 2018
Systems can only be broken when we call them out. It is when we collectively put pressure on these systems that we can truly give justice to victims.
Junior Anna Gardner writes that the administration of the college should opt into the Paid Family Leave Program to benefit faculty.

Commentary: Faculty deserve Paid Family Leave Program

By Anna Gardner November 8, 2017
Thinking in this way begs the question: Why even hire someone in the first place if they’re going to have to take an extended leave of absence?
Sophomore Anna Gardner says events like Take Back the Night are  important because rape culture is still not taken seriously by students.

Commentary: Colleges still struggle with rape culture

By Anna Gardner May 3, 2017
The battle for justice has been long and it will not end anytime soon. It is not isolated to Brock Turner or Steubenville.
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