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THE ITHACAN

Sophomore Devin Kasparian, IC Red Cross club’s marketing manager, speaks at the Donate in protest blood drive Nov. 28.

IC Red Cross Club hosts a “donate in protest” blood drive

By Krissy Waite, Staff Writer November 29, 2017
Participants had the option to send a postcard directly to the FDA in protest of the discriminatory policies that restrict people with specific sexual histories.
A group of Ithaca College students and alumni are covering themselves in fake blood for a photo campaign called My Blood is Good, protesting what they say are discriminatory blood donation guidelines by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Ithaca College students protest FDA in bloody photo campaign

By Mary Ford, Senior Writer June 16, 2016
The photos, which have gone viral this week after the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, on June 12 and World Blood Donor Day on June 14, are part of a campaign by Ithaca College students and alumni called “My Blood Is Good.”
Planned Parenthood became the center of a polarized debate after the release of controversial investigative videos. Several Ithaca College students have become engaged in the discussion.

Point/Counterpoint: Planned Parenthood still under fire

By Liz Alexander September 23, 2015
People don’t want to talk about abortion, but it is what we need to be talking about.
Photojournalist alumna freelances in Burma

Photojournalist alumna freelances in Burma

By Evin Billington, Life & Culture Editor September 3, 2014
Lauren DeCicca '11 has taken photographs around Burma and other countries for The New York Times, Al Jazeera, TIME and other news outlets.

College and City: April 10

April 9, 2014
Free HIV testing available with anonymous process, robbery suspects charged in E. Spencer Street case and more.

March already a revolutionary month for HIV research

By Amanda Hutchinson, Contributing Writer March 10, 2013
It seems as though March has just started, and in the 10 days we’ve had so far, two groundbreaking studies regarding HIV have been released. Last week, a Mississippi child born with HIV was deemed “functionally cured” after tests showed there was no replicating virus in the child’s system a year after ending treatment. This…
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