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Constitution Day panel discusses Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’

By | Sep 18, 2016

The journalist responsible for covering the trial documented in the Netflix documentary series “Making a Murderer,” along with two local attorneys, spoke to over 75 students and faculty members about the rights that legal defendants have, or should have, to administer a fair trial.


Commentary: SGA needs student input and involvement

By | Sep 16, 2015

But no matter how many hours we devote, how many meetings we hold, how many resolutions we pass, we cannot do it without the student body.


Collegiate professors host discussion on U.S. Drone Policy

By | Sep 20, 2014

With President Barack Obama’s announcement to use drone air strikes against the Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, drone use continues to be one of the most controversial topics in modern technology.


Mother and daughter discuss reproductive rights

By | Sep 26, 2013

History professor Zillah Eisenstein used this year’s 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade as a starting point for a deeper discussion on reproductive rights.


Constitution Day to focus on First Amendment issues

By | Sep 27, 2011

Pioneering political blogger and author John Nichols will visit Ithaca College today to educate students on the significance of the U.S. Constitution, particularly the First Amendment, in his speech, “First Amendment Remedies: The Constitution as a Call to Action,” in celebration of Constitution Day.