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At the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, Beyoncé won four Grammys for Renaissance, but lost Album of the Year to Harry Styles, leading to controversy.

Column: Grammys place unfair expectations on Black women

By Sarah Payne, Staff Writer February 15, 2023
Beyoncé losing the Grammy award for Album of the Year to Harry Styles has sparked conversations about unfair standards toward Black women.

On the Quad: How Has the APP Affected You?

September 9, 2021

The Ithacan asked students how the Academic Program Prioritization Process (APP) has affected them Sept. 7 on the quad. Multiple students were unaware of what the APP is. 

Deja View: 13 Reasons Why falsely depicts mental illness

Deja View: ’13 Reasons Why’ falsely depicts mental illness

By Kendyl Bennett, Podcast Editor April 19, 2017

In a special roundtable edition of Deja View, Reviews Editor Jake Leary dives into the controversy surrounding Netflix's "13 Reasons Why." He is joined by Assistant Multimedia Editor Matt Maloney, Opinion...

IC Planned Parenthood Generation Action is a student organization on campus working to advocate for Planned Parenthood and to get the student body more politically involved.

Student club advocates for Planned Parenthood amid controversy

By Jenna Mortenson, Staff Writer October 18, 2015
Debate over Planned Parenthood was renewed in recent months with the release of videos that allegedly showed leaders of the organization negotiating the sale of aborted fetal tissue. Supporters of Planned Parenthood argued that the videos were fraudulent and manipulated, while others called for the government to defund Planned Parenthood over the reports. Junior Christina Tudor, president of IC Planned Parenthood Generation Action, said this is not the first time a group has released videos intended to cause controversy about the organization, and IC Generation Action works to raise awareness around the issue.

Readers’ Theatre captures emotional tribulations

By Lucy Walker, Staff Writer September 14, 2011
In “Frozen,” a play centered on human interaction, actors explore challenging social issues without once interacting physically with each other.
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