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The Brown Girl Chronicles - During a Pandemic: Traveling While Black

‘The Brown Girl Chronicles’ – During a Pandemic: Traveling While Black

By The Ithacan, Sobeida Rosa November 25, 2020

The Ithacan · 'The Brown Girl Chronicles' - During a Pandemic: Traveling While Black In this episode, host Sobeida Rosa speaks with recent Ithaca College graduate Pallas-Amenah Morgan ‘20. Morgan...

 “Emily in Paris” is a delightful Netflix series about an American woman making her way in Paris. However, its overly sweet tone and excessive French stereotypes could drive some viewers mad.

Review: Romantic comedy series is stereotypically cheesy

By Elijah de Castro, Staff Writer October 12, 2020
“Emily in Paris” is a delightful Netflix series about an American woman making her way in Paris.
The team gets ready for its match against the University of Montpellier during the trip to Montpellier, France, over spring break.

Women’s soccer travels through Europe for spring break

By Matt Hornick, Sports Editor March 21, 2018
The Ithaca College women's soccer team had the opportunity to travel to Montpellier, France and Barcelona, Spain for spring break.
Senior Mac Chasin and Sophomore Josie Berman competed in the Maccabiah Games in Israel. Chasin won the gold medal with USA basketball while Berman won the silver medal in USA water polo.

Two athletes represent Team USA at the Maccabiah Games

By Annette Hogan, Senior Writer August 30, 2017
Senior basketball player Marc Chasin and sophomore swimmer Josie Berman traveled to Tel Aviv, Israel to compete in the 20th Maccabiah Games.
The London Eye was lit up with the colors of the French flag the week of the November 2016 terrorist attacks in Paris. Ithaca College London Center students have been reported safe following an attack outside of British Parliament in London March 22.

Ithaca College students react to terrorist attacks abroad

By Evan Popp, Staff Writer April 20, 2016
“We turned on the news, watched it for probably like three or four hours, saw that there were about a hundred or so people who were killed at the concert hall, and then they closed the border, so we didn’t know what the heck we were going to do,” Greenfield said.
Players and coaches of the men’s club rugby team celebrate after playing a game in the Las Vegas Invitational on Jan. 23. The Bombers won two out of their three tournament games.

Rugby team embraces new format for competition

By Vinica Weiss, Staff Writer January 29, 2014
Men's club rugby team returns with experience in different playing format.

A loss of trust

By Gillian Nigro October 24, 2013

It’s baffling how the trust America built up with its allies over the past 237 years could be dismantled in just a few weeks. Last Thursday, the Chinese ratings agency, Dagong, downgraded its U.S. sovereign...

College increases international students

By Kayla Dwyer, Contributing Writer October 2, 2013
As the Office of Admission finalized its enrollment numbers for 2013 on Tuesday, it revealed a two-fold increase in international student enrollment since 2009
During the two-year civil war, two million Syrian civilians have been internally displaced or have fled to neighboring countries, including Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon.

Negotiations with Syria help put potential U.S. attack on hold

By Michael Tkaczevski, Assistant News Editor September 12, 2013
President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday to justify intervening in Syria, to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to relinquish his chemical weapons, which Assad agreed to do under threat of a U.S. cruise missile strike.

Fatty education

By The Ithacan April 8, 2013
There is the notion that food fuels the brain, even if it clogs the arteries. As I watch students drown their French fries with ketchup and fill their plates with a greasy burger and potato chips there is one cause that comes to mind. With lunch boxes filled with cholesterol and soda cans cracked open…

First impressions of Provence

By Graham Hebel February 14, 2012
Hello! Ciao! Hola! Bonjour! My semester abroad has been a multicultural experience from the outset. The flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Madrid-Barajas Airport and finally to Marseille Provence Airport was a collage of English, Italian, Spanish, and French. I am studying abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France, an ancient Roman city that was founded…
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