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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

National Recap: CNN sues Trump administration

By | Nov 14, 2018

CNN filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and several of his aides Nov. 13, seeking the immediate restoration of the press credentials of White House Correspondent Jim Acosta.

National Recap: Trump’s war on media continues

By | Mar 1, 2017

Trump’s frequent peddling of “fake news” has often come in the wake of negative news reports about his administration or his policies.

Sketchy deals in Venezuela

By | Feb 15, 2017

When CNN dug a little deeper, it found that from 2008 to 2012, there were 173 people from the Middle East who obtained Venezuelan passports and IDs.

Free press is a cornerstone of democracy

By | Feb 8, 2017

News outlets should not have to fear that they will be labeled “fake” for reporting on real information.

Commentary: Justice Scalia’s legacy is not what it seems

By | Feb 23, 2016

It may be impolitic to throw cold water on the Scalia legacy, but some things just need to be said.

Challenge #2: Washed with Water

By | Sep 27, 2015

Living here also means that we are lucky enough to have constant and clean connections to water. So, let’s utilize it! This week, I challenge myself and everyone to drink water as their only beverage.

Guest commentary: Missing flight news driven by speculation

By | Mar 26, 2014

The defining image from media coverage of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was the home page of CNN on March 24, where a jumbo-sized headline screamed “ALL LIVES ARE LOST” underneath a red breaking news banner.

Students release photo campaign to debunk stereotypes

By | Jan 29, 2014

Ithaca College’s African Students Association is gaining international attention through a photo campaign they released to break down stereotypes commonly associated with Africa and Africans. The campaign follows the group’s theme for this year: “Celebrating our ancestor.”

No shame having homesick blues

By | Nov 20, 2013

Move-in week is usually exciting. First-year students are going to college for the first time, and upperclassmen are returning for a new year.

Negotiations with Syria help put potential U.S. attack on hold

By | Sep 12, 2013

President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday to justify intervening in Syria, to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to relinquish his chemical weapons, which Assad agreed to do under threat of a U.S. cruise missile strike.