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David Archambault, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, spoke on Feb. 16 at Cornell University about the past struggles of the Sioux Nation including with the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the necessity of hope for the future.

Chairman of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe speaks at Cornell

By Nicole Pimental, Staff Writer February 20, 2017
The voice of Archambault echoed throughout Stocking Hall as over 530 members of the Ithaca community huddled across four rooms and the surrounding hallways.

Guest Commentary: Keystone Pipeline will lead to unhealthy oil addiction

By Richard Gaunt March 20, 2013
America’s energy future should not be found in tar sands oil. TransCanada can only give us a future of more oil addiction and more harm to people and land.

Pipeline will fuel America’s economy

By The Ithacan March 6, 2013
The Keystone XL Pipeline is a common sense energy approach that Obama should approve today.
From left, freshmen Natalie Dionne and Lauren Gervais hold signs in protest of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Dionne and Gerveis traveled with a group of about 50 Ithaca College students to Washington, D.C., to join what some are calling the largest climate change protest in American history.

Students rally for environmental justice at nation’s capital

By Sabrina Knight, Assistant News Editor February 21, 2013
IC students joined about 35,000 people in Washington, D.C. Sunday to participate in what is known as the largest environmental protest in American history.

Obama nixes oil pipeline

January 24, 2012
Backed by members of the Ithaca College and local communities, President Barack Obama announced last week that the State Department had rejected planned construction of the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline.

Students protest Keystone XL pipeline with D.C. human chain

By TinaMarie Craven, Contributing Writer November 8, 2011
Protesters swarmed Lafayette Park in the nation’s capital to rally together before forming a human chain of more than 12,000 outside the White House in Washington, D.C., to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline on Sunday.
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