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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

April 19, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: From blood and bullets to a new beginning

By | Mar 21, 2018

Growing up in the former Yugoslavia, prior to the war during which hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians were killed, with millions more displaced, my family lived a happy and peaceful life.

Local play provides insight into life as an immigrant

By | Jan 24, 2018

The cast and creative team of the play “Ironbound,” written Martyna Majok, involve three Ithaca College alumni, two professors and a current student.

Harvey leaves undocumented immigrants high and dry

By | Sep 6, 2017

In the long term, however, undocumented immigrants in Houston are far from protected.

Students’ passion project becomes a reality with magazine

By | Apr 4, 2017

The Passion Project is dedicated to self-empowerment, embracing youth culture, inspiration and social issues within and beyond Ithaca College.

Ithaca rally held to galvanize support for immigrants

By | Jan 31, 2017

Ithaca residents and students gather Jan.

SGC passes bill to protect undocumented students

By | Dec 7, 2016

The sanctuary bill proposes that the DACA policy be upheld at Ithaca College if it were to be overturned by the Trump administration.

Commentary: Republican Party must reform immigration policy

By | Nov 16, 2016

While there are several issues the party needs to tweak its stance on to survive in the coming millennia, the most pressing is that of immigration reform.

GOP’s time to lead

By | Nov 16, 2016

Our nation must continue to be a beacon of freedom and hope for our citizens and those wishing to immigrate here.

Beyond Borders: Students share stories about immigration

By | Apr 20, 2016

Ithaca College sophomores Ji-Hye Lee and Eva Garcia Ferres discuss stories of their immigration to the U.S. and roads to international citizenship.

‘Anonymous’ explores immigrant experience

By | Dec 2, 2015

Main Stage Theatre’s latest production, “Anon(ymous)” focuses on the journey of Anon as a young immigrant.

Guest commentary: Racial dimensions negatively affect immigration policy

By | Mar 26, 2014

Annoyed over unsupported claims about the perceived lethality, or the national devolution, that immigrants from Latin America will bring upon the nation, along with the outlandish policies offered as solutions, I, along with Syracuse University Professor Amardo Rodriguez, decided to separate fact from fiction in our book, “When Race and Policy Collide: Contemporary Immigration Debates,” published Feb.

Commentary: Government at fault for immigrant deaths

By | Nov 6, 2013

While distracted with the tedious intricacies of a national financial disaster, the United States Federal Government fails to acknowledge the presence of an ongoing humanitarian crisis in its own backyard.