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China’s leadership grab on climate change

China’s leadership grab on climate change

By John Tagliani November 26, 2020
With most news this year eclipsed by the global pandemic, it was easy to miss China’s declaration in September of carbon neutrality by 2060.
IC Republicans invited U.S. Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) to campus April 11 to discuss current issues concerning the 116th U.S. Congress, freedom of speech on college campuses, social security and the cost of college.

IC Republicans invites Representative Tom Reed to campus

By Madison Fernandez, News Editor April 10, 2019
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY), who represents Ithaca and the rest of the 23rd District, will speak at Ithaca College 6 p.m. April 11 in Textor 102.
Congressman Reed talks about why he crossed party lines on rules reform, his thoughts on the government shutdown, and what he hopes to accomplish during his fifth term in Congress.

Q&A: Reed talks rules reform and government shutdown

By Ryan King, Assistant News Editor January 20, 2019
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY), who won re-election last November, made headlines for his push for rules reforms in Congress after the midterm elections.
Ithaca had multiple races including the City of Ithaca Common Council, Tompkins County Legislature, town councilpersons and town justice. Residents also had five statewide proposals to vote on which all passed. All results are considered unofficial until all mail-in ballots are counted after Nov. 9.

College reacts to midterm election results

By Sam Haut, Staff Writer November 7, 2018
Midterm results are in, and on the national stage, Democrats captured the House of Representatives, while Republicans held onto the Senate.
National Recap: Jones defeats Moore in Senate race

National Recap: Jones defeats Moore in Senate race

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor December 13, 2017
Jones beat his opponent, Roy Moore, Republican former Alabama chief justice,  49.9 percent to 48.4 percent with nearly 1.7 percent of the population writing in a candidate.
National Recap: Republicans propose health care bill

National Recap: Republicans propose health care bill

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor September 19, 2017
Conservative groups have spoken against the bill, saying that there needs to be a full overhaul of Obamacare — not just a replacement.
History repeats itself

History repeats itself

By Isabella Grullón Paz April 19, 2017
What most newscasts or articles are missing, however, is that attacking another country’s military bases is an act of war.

Letter to the Editor: Student responds to Sanders commentary

By Wahid Khan February 17, 2016
As a foreigner who is taxed without representation, I have no horse in this game. I do, however, take umbrage with flawed reasoning and illogical conclusions.
Freshman Ryan King said he would not vote for Bernie Sanders despite the Democratic candidate’s popularity among college students.

Commentary: Why I am not voting for Bernie Sanders

By Ryan King February 10, 2016
Aside from his terrible economic ideas, Bernie Sanders also has another problem: He will be unable to work with Congress.

Mayor Myrick re-elected, IC associate dean elected to 3rd Ward

By Jessica Ferreira, Contributing Writer November 4, 2015
Svante Myrick was re-elected Mayor of the City of Ithaca and Rob Gearhart, interim associate dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, was elected alderperson in Ithaca’s 3rd Ward Nov. 3.
Planned Parenthood became the center of a polarized debate after the release of controversial investigative videos. Several Ithaca College students have become engaged in the discussion.

Point/Counterpoint: Planned Parenthood still under fire

By Liz Alexander September 23, 2015
People don’t want to talk about abortion, but it is what we need to be talking about.

The Hot Stove: One last Cortaca Jug for senior class

By Steve Derderian, Columnist November 10, 2014
The football team's senior class has one final chance to win the Cortaca Jug.
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