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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 22, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Colleges honors victims of Sri Lanka and San Diego attacks

By | May 1, 2019

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at IC hosted an interfaith gathering April 30 to honor victims of the Sri Lanka attacks and San Diego synagogue shooting.

Commentary: Progressive circles need to listen to Jewish people

By | Dec 12, 2018

Until each side acknowledges the other’s narrative and rights and ties to the same land, this conversation is going nowhere.

Q&A: Cantor debunks myths about homelessness

By | Oct 23, 2018

Cantor Abbe Lyons, Jewish chaplain at Muller Chapel, recently wrote a commentary debunking several myths about homelessness and called for people to think compassionately about it.

Commentary: What does it even mean to “look” Jewish?

By | Aug 28, 2018

I hope that any member of the Ithaca College community will feel welcome to join me for these important programs which showcase diverse and often underrepresented histories.

Students find community through religious groups on campus

By | Dec 13, 2017

“For most of my students, their faith is the most important thing about them,” James Touchton, protestant chaplain and current Interfaith Council advisor, said.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict reflected in campus community

By | Apr 19, 2017

Haueter said that while the Hillel sector of the college campus cannot meet with certain organizations, Hillel encourages productive, open dialogue.

Crystal clear: IC Pagan Community connects uncommon faiths

By | Dec 7, 2016

In describing the religion, Belkin said paganism is an umbrella term for a number of different earth-based systems of belief.

Ithaca College speaker discusses Jewish communities in Africa

By | Apr 1, 2016

Author Marla Brettschneider explored the question “What does it mean to be Jewish?” when speaking to Ithaca College students and faculty on Jewish communities in Africa.

Combating Religious Persecution with Open-Mindedness

By | Oct 4, 2015

The point that I want to make is this: no matter what your spiritual beliefs are, there will be people who put you into certain groupings. This is a result of the extremists in religion who have created an image that is unfairly placed on all who have the same or similar beliefs. Our country prides itself on welcoming diversity, yet religion causes so much conflict and so many hard feelings.