Oct. 9 marked 50 years since Ernesto “Che” Guevara was shot and killed in a CIA operation in Bolivia.
While most of the world turns its back on Latin American politics and focuses on the Middle East, the beginning of a dictatorship and civil war brews in Venezuela.
“Flipside” asks Ithaca College international students to share what is more expensive and what is cheaper to buy in their native countries.
Patricia Rodriguez, associate professor of politics, said she developed a passion for activism and speaking out against issues because of oppression.
In honor of National Latino/a Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Ithaca College premiered an alumna-produced documentary titled “Fighting for Truth, Justice and Reparations” Sept. 15 at the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca’s Annex.
It was merely two years ago that the Occupy Wall Street movement engaged in International Workers’ Day, or May Day, rallies in places like New York City and San Francisco.
The tragic aftereffects of a Colombian war were examined to see how political and economic factors outweighed the importance of fair trials at Ithaca College’s screening of “Impunity: What Kind of War for Colombia” Tuesday night in Textor 101.