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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

February 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: Selling bottled water on campus is not sustainable

By | Sep 19, 2012

As a college, we should join the growing number of institutions that pass policies preventing on-campus groups from using school funds to buy single-serving bottles of water.

Commentary: Understanding the secrets of animal communication

By | Sep 19, 2012

There has been a long-standing debate regarding if, when and how animals communicate, and more importantly, is it similar to how we communicate?

Faculty should release textbook information as soon as possible

By | Sep 19, 2012

Faculty should make greater efforts to submit textbook information before the start of the registration period.

Proposed local tobacco licensing should not include paraphernalia

By | Sep 19, 2012

There’s no local law restricting the sale or display of wine glasses to discourage underage alcohol purchases, so why should there be a comparable one for tobacco paraphernalia?

Foreign policy debate impacts undecided voters

By | Sep 18, 2012

The recent storming of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and the killing of four diplomats in the Benghazi consulate attack have forced candidates to clarify their overall policies.

Organic foods no more nutritious than conventional foods

By | Sep 12, 2012

A recent Stanford University study found organic food is no more nutritious or safe than conventional food.

Commentary: Republican rape comments alienate women voters

By | Sep 12, 2012

Being a women’s studies minor and feminist, I am often asked my opinion on controversies surrounding women’s rights, namely reproductive rights.

Commentary: To Write Love on Her Arms provides suicide support

By | Sep 12, 2012

TWLOHA is a non-profit organization that exists to bring help and hope to those suffering from depression, addiction and self-injury.

Sexual assaults should be reported with more frequency

By | Sep 12, 2012

The simple truth is that if victims don’t report crimes, there can’t be greater strides toward prevention and resources.

Making standardized tests optional weakens college reputation

By | Sep 12, 2012

Becoming a test-optional college lessens admissions standards by cutting a requirement most other schools, and most students, still find relevant.

Women’s varsity sculling addition improves equality under Title IX

By | Sep 6, 2012

The creation of more women’s varsity teams is a progressive move for the college, acknowledging there is still room to improve when it comes to equality.

Huron Consulting Group cost-cutting evaluation should focus on student retention

By | Sep 6, 2012

An outside consulting firm aiming to improve efficiency at Ithaca College should focus efforts on identifying ways to effectively attract and retain students.