After several periods of inactivity over the past five years, the Ithaca College Democrats club has restarted with new leadership.
A sense of relief and exhilaration filled the air Nov. 7 on The Commons in Ithaca, an hour after President-elect Joe Biden secured the projected win.
IC Republicans has received backlash from the Ithaca College community for statements it posted to social media regarding cultural appropriation on Halloween.
Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado and the tri-council group created a working group to review free speech policies at Ithaca College.
Sophomore Josh Kelly of IC Progressives, sophomore James Dellasala of IC Democrats and junior Sean Themea of IC Conservatives fielded questions students submitted online prior to the debate.
Members of IC Democrats, IC Conservatives and IC Progressives shared what they thought were the most pressing issues regarding students.
After being inactive last year, IC Democrats is rejoining the campus’ other two political-party organizations, IC Conservatives and IC Greens, on the active political front.
President Barack Obama’s controversial move to tighten gun legislation in response to recent shootings has created a domino effect, as state and local governments enact changes aimed at reducing gun violence.