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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 18, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Empowering cast steals the spotlight

By | Sep 23, 2019

“Hustlers,” directed by Lorene Scafaria, is based on an article published in New York Magazine in 2015 by Jessica Pressler.

Jazz activist Roxy Coss to perform with jazz ensemble

By | Feb 19, 2019

It’s not every day that songs like “Nasty Women Grab Back” and “Feminist AF” are performed in the James J.

Junior’s paper peers into past periodicals

By | Jan 29, 2019

An 18th-century British periodical that disguised political commentary through an innocuous narrator — a bird —  inspired a paper by Ithaca College junior Eliana Berger that illustrated how oppressed voices of the time spoke out.

‘In My Own Words’: How Should We Talk About Sexual Abuse?

By The Ithacan | Dec 9, 2018

You can now listen to “In My Own Words” on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify and Google Podcasts!

Thoughts From (Feminist) Places: The Wonderful Women of Whitechapel Walking Tour

By | Feb 4, 2016

A few days ago, I walked for hours around a part of London I’d never explored before with my Women in Britain class to learn about influential women and their contributions to modern day society—all of women I’d never even heard of before.

American Apparel is Getting Off on Period Power

By | Oct 16, 2013

The internet has been abuzz lately about American Apparel’s latest shocker – a shirt that depicts the crotch of a woman who is menstruating and masturbating.

Made Up

By | Mar 25, 2013

I’ve been talking a lot about makeup lately. And not in the Seventeen-esque “what color eye shadow will match my nail polish and skin tone while still making it look like I don’t have any eye shadow on” kind of way. The conversations I’ve been having—with my boyfriend, with other feminists, with my little sister—have…

Why Feminism?

By | Feb 27, 2013

One of the many questions I’m constantly asked as people seek to understand (or maybe break down) my feminist ideals is “Why ‘feminism’? Why not ‘egalitarianism’? Or ‘humanism’?” This question, though initially intriguing, overlooks the very essential concept at the center of feminist thought: that the female—the feminine, the woman—is constantly and inarguable devalued within…