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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

‘On the Same Page’ – Top Stories of Week 12

November 13, 2023
Co-host seniors Clare Shanahan and Emma Kersting dive into the latest stories in news, sports and life and culture at The Ithacan. This week, Kersting and Shanahan spoke with junior News Editor Lorien Tyne, senior Newsletter Editor Elizabeth Kharabadze and senior writer Daniel King.
Vaughn Golden ’20 is a freelance radio and print reporter who is currently covering the St. Lawrence County, New York legislature, and the Town of Potsdam, New York.

Q&A: IC alum works as freelance radio and print reporter

By Jadyn Davis, Staff Writer November 10, 2021
Staff writer Jadyn Davis spoke with Vaughn Golden ’20 about what he hopes current journalism students can learn before entering the real world post-graduation.
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.

Tompkins County Board of Elections releases race results

By Caitlin Holtzman, News Editor November 3, 2021
Election Day was Nov. 2 and voting occurred across the United States in the first general election since the 2020 Presidential Election.
The 2020 Ithaca College Voting Act recommends that students will be excused from classes to vote on Election Day. The Excused Absence for Poll Workers Recommendation asks the college to give students who are working at polls an excused absence.

SGC passes bills to encourage student voting in the election

By Syd Pierre, Staff Writer October 6, 2020
The Ithaca College SGC passed two bills at its Oct. 5 meeting that encourage student voting in the upcoming presidential election. 
Voter turnout increased both nationally and locally in the 2018 midterm elections. Tompkins County also saw a significant increase in the amount of issued and received absentee ballots.

Local and national voter turnout increases in 2018 midterms

By Ryan King, Staff Writer November 14, 2018
In keeping with national trends, voter turnout for Tompkins County increased dramatically in the midterm elections.
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