This year, the CNI and EZLN decided to nominate an indigenous woman to run in the 2018 presidential campaign.
Ithaca College’s speech and debate team recently won first place in the debating event of the Suffolk Fall Classic Speech and Debate Tournament. At the end of the competition, the top three spots were held by the college’s team.
In the 1930s, Mexican President Lázaro Cárdenas began investing resources in a project to transform Patzcuaro, a small lakeside city in western Mexico, into a tourist attraction.
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.
Sage Daugherty, online news editor, spoke with Film maker River Branch about her film, “The Voice that Broke the Silence” and the role of community media in Oaxaca.
When people hear the world “archaeologist,” the image of a pith-helmeted historian tiring under the desert sun with a brush to uncover a perfect and complete T. rex skeleton. While full skeletons are a rarity, these scientists have found some neat collections, including the grave of what might have been an ancient queen, and they’ve…
Senior Emilio Martinez Zurita de la Garza talks about his commitment to the theatre department, the Leadership Scholars program, the Honors Program and IC Teatro.