September 22, 2021
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Review: Marvel show has solid characters and social commentary

By | May 4, 2021

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is the Marvel Cinematic Universes latest Disney+ show. The dynamic between Sam and Bucky is rich and interesting.


Becoming numb to injustice

By | Mar 3, 2021

But my numbness has come from years of seeing people that look like me perpetually abused by a country that was built on our backs.


Q&A: Student makes jewelry to benefit Black Lives Matter

By | Nov 24, 2020

Ithaca College junior Annie Marie Peña-Castellanos makes and sells jewelry to support Black Lives Matter organizations and bail funds.


Politics department holds event to discuss 2020 election

By | Nov 3, 2020

The Ithaca College Department of Politics hosted “Back to the Future: The What Ifs of Elections 2020” to discuss the 2020 election.


Hundreds of protestors show up to oppose Back the Blue rally

By | Oct 29, 2020

On Oct. 24, the Ithaca Democratic Socialists of America held a Festival Against Hate in response to a Back the Blue rally, resulting in a tense face-off.


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.


National Recap: Protestors call for reform following Daniel Prude’s death

By | Sep 7, 2020

Protests continued for the fifth night in Rochester, New York, with protestors calling for police reform in light of the death of Daniel Prude.


Anti-racism books make reading lists and top of the charts

By | Jul 23, 2020

The murder of George Floyd, its accompanying protests and the coronavirus pandemic putting the world on pause have resulted in a nationwide reckoning.


Ithaca musicians rock out for Black Lives Matter benefit concert

By | Jul 18, 2020

Nicholas Robinson, a Black hip-hop artist known as Overflow, performed July 10 at a virtual benefit concert for Black Lives Matter Ithaca.


Black Fems United honors Juneteenth with cabaret

By | Jun 26, 2020

On June 19, Black Fems United of Ithaca College hosted a Juneteenth Benefit Cabaret to raise money for three organizations in solidarity with the Black Lives Matte


Review: Spike Lee film combines past and present

By | Jun 20, 2020

Spike Lee’s latest film, “Da 5 Bloods” strings together fact and fiction to create a documentary-like film.


Professor teaches youth social justice through music

By | Oct 30, 2019

The Community Unity Music Education Program connects Ithaca College with children from the community by teaching social justice through music.