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THE ITHACAN

Science cannot be partisan

Science cannot be partisan

By Kyle Stewart April 26, 2017
Attempting to politicize science by saying one political ideology has a monopoly on it, however, goes too far.

The case for Kasich

By Kyle Stewart April 13, 2016
In a perfect world, Kasich would easily be the front-runner. But we don’t live in a perfect world.

The candidates we need

By Kyle Stewart March 9, 2016
If Americans are so frightened of one candidate’s holding presidential power that they would flee the country, the president has too much power.
David Cay Johnston, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and president of Investigative Reporters and Editors, visited Ithaca College Tuesday night.

Investigative journalist digs up the truth

By Sage Daugherty, Staff Writer November 15, 2012
David Cay Johnston, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and president of Investigative Reporters and Editors, visited Ithaca College Tuesday night with a message for student journalists: “Find a way to distinguish yourself.”
Youth vote secures Obama’s second term

Youth vote secures Obama’s second term

By Nicole Ogrysko, Senior Writer November 8, 2012
According to CNN exit polls, 60 percent of youth voters — aged 18 to 29 — voted for President Obama’s re-election, while 37 percent of young voters picked Gov. Mitt Romney. In 2008, 66 percent of young voters chose Obama, leaving 31 percent to vote for Republican Sen. John McCain.

Slideshow: Election night in Ithaca community

By Rachel WoolfShawn Steiner November 7, 2012
It was a close race, but Barack Obama pulled ahead to win the presidential re-election. Take a look at 2012 election night in Ithaca.

Why young people should care about healthcare

By Kari Beal October 31, 2012
The Affordable Care Act is a hot-button issue this election season. But for students, this new extension allowing them to stay on their parents insurance until the age of 26 isn’t the only health issue they should be concerned about.
Peta Lindsay, presidential candidate for the Party of Socialism and Liberalism, speaks to students about her ten-point plan on Tuesday, Oct. 16 in Textor Hall.

Alternative presidential candidates offer unconventional political choices

By Sydney Fusto, Contributing Writer October 30, 2012
As Election Day approaches, several third-party candidates are pushing for their place on the ballot.

Between The Lines: My vote for Sports Fan In Chief

By Nathan Bickell, Columnist October 29, 2012
Columnist Nathan Bickell steps into the election season discussion to cast his vote for America's Sports Fan In Chief.

Video: Snap Judgment – Most important issues in presidential campaign

By Tiffany Ruff October 22, 2012
As the presidential campaign draws closer we asked students what issues they thought were most important in the presidential campaign.

Election central: taking a look at the most contested issues in the 2012 election

By Jack CurranRachael Hartford, Staff Writer and Politics Columnist October 10, 2012
With a three-part series, The Ithacan will take a look at the most contested issues in the 2012 presidential election

Democrat and Republican convention messages and their implications on US voters

By Rachael Hartford September 30, 2012
With October comes the much-anticipated debate season for our presidential hopefuls. But before the candidates begin their pulling-out-all-of-the-stops and finish-strong tactics for the final month of campaign season, let’s take a quick look at the effects of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and Republican National Convention (RNC) on the public. The DNC and the RNC…
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