The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


From left, seniors Giulia Villanueva-Lopez and Sarah Horbacewicz, and sophomore Tara Lynch covered the Iowa Caucus on Feb. 3 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Students cover Iowa Caucus through CNN internship

By Cora Payne, Assistant News Editor February 12, 2020
With primaries underway for the 2020 election, Ithaca College students are covering the election through internship opportunities.
National Recap: CNN sues Trump administration

National Recap: CNN sues Trump administration

By Meredith Burke, Opinion Editor November 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 Celisa Calacal, Opinion Editor March 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 Isabella Grullón Paz February 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 Emma Whitestone February 8, 2017
News outlets should not have to fear that they will be labeled “fake” for reporting on real information.
Politics professor Thomas Shevory believes the late Justice Antonin Scalia did not adhere to precedents or originalism.

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

By Thomas Shevory February 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

Challenge #2: Washed with Water

By Kylee Roberts, Blogger September 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 Rose Vardell March 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...

Students release photo campaign to debunk stereotypes

Students release photo campaign to debunk stereotypes

By Eden Campbell January 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 Frances Johnson November 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. Even with the thrill of making new friends or reuniting and...

During the two-year civil war, two million Syrian civilians have been internally displaced or have fled to neighboring countries, including Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon.

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

By Michael Tkaczevski, Assistant News Editor September 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.
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