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Jonathan Ablard, professor in the Department of History at Ithaca College, has co-written an article published in the Journal of Social History.

Q&A: IC professor co-authors article on political rumors

By Cecilia Meza, Contributing Writer September 29, 2021
Jonathan Ablard, professor in the Department of History at Ithaca College, has co-written an article published in the Journal of Social History.
Junior Daniela Rivero writes that understanding the role the U.S. has played in Latin America is paramount to gaining a deeper understanding of U.S. politics.

Commentary: U.S. presence in Latin America is undemocratic

By Daniela Rivero December 4, 2019
Understanding the role the U.S. has played in Latin America has laid the groundwork for a deeper analysis of the U.S. politics.
Commentary: Harmful language around immigration inspires violence

Commentary: Harmful language around immigration inspires violence

By Suzannah Van Gelder September 12, 2019
Over the past several years in the United States, the rhetoric surrounding immigration has become nothing short of volatile.
Remembering El Che

Remembering El Che

By Isabella Grullón Paz October 11, 2017
Oct. 9 marked 50 years since Ernesto “Che” Guevara was shot and killed in a CIA operation in Bolivia.
The festival features 12 Latin American films. All the films are in Spanish or Portuguese, and will be showing at local venues. General admission is $8.50 and student/senior tickets are $6.00. The festival started on Sept. 19 and will end on Oct. 15.

Annual film festival brings Latin American movies to Ithaca

By Silas White, Assistant Life and Culture Editor October 4, 2017
This is the event’s fourth year but is the first to involve formal collaboration with Cornell University and Ithaca College students.
Junior Celisa Calacal poses in front of the Plaza de la Revolución, where the faces of revolutionaries Che Guevara and Camino CIenfuegos adorn government buildings.

Personal Essay: Reflecting on Cuba’s revolutionary history

By Celisa Calacal, Opinion Editor March 29, 2017
Opinion Editor Celisa Calacal shares her experiences traveling to Cuba and learning more about the country's rich history.

Latinos finally fight corruption

By Isabella Grullón Paz March 22, 2017
The Odebrecht bribes are an unfortunate testament to how Latin America’s growth is made easy thanks to political corruption.

Vice President of Venezuela eases drug trade

By Isabella Grullón Paz February 21, 2017
Concern should be placed, however, on how this will affect the stability of Central and South America.

Indigenous candidate to address Latin American inequality

By Isabella Grullon October 25, 2016
This year, the CNI and EZLN decided to nominate an indigenous woman to run in the 2018 presidential campaign.
The film festival, Cine Con Cultura, features films produced in Latin American cultures. All 11 films are in Spanish or Portuguese. Tickets are $7.50 per film or $6 for seniors and students. Festival passes are $50 for all films and $40 for seniors and students. Select screenings will be shown for free.

Cine Con Cultura: Hispanic film festival shines on IC campus

By Mary Ford, Life and Culture Editor September 28, 2016
The film festival, part of Latinx Heritage Month, began Sept. 20 and runs until Oct. 15, showing 11 films at local venues.
Maylei Blackwell spoke about transborder gender and identity as a part of a discussion series hosted by Ithaca College’s Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity.

Ithaca College kicks off “Beyond Community” discussion series

By Meredith Husar, Contributing Writer September 23, 2015
Maylei Blackwell presented her work on “Transborder Gender and Indigeneity” Sept. 21 as the first speaker in this year’s discussion series hosted by Ithaca College’s Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity.
From left, sophomore Daniella Resto, sophomore Christina Franqui and Emily Ramos ’14 hold a flag to celebrate their Puerto Rican heritage.

Students celebrate Latina/o Heritage Month

By Katherine Segovia, Contributing Writer September 16, 2015
Throughout the month, PODER will be hosting several events and activities to promote what they call Latina/o culture.
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