Nick Estes first became involved in activism as a teenager.
The dialogue in “Hell or High Water” is fantastic throughout — It paints portraits of deeply flawed yet compelling characters who feel all too real.
Ithaca College students are showing support on Facebook for Native American activists who are protesting the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.
“Fighting for Native American rights — for me, I do it intentionally, but it’s something I grew up with, so it’s definitely a part of me, very ingrained in my culture.”
Ithaca College’s Textor 102 was crowded with almost 300 students, faculty, staff and community members April 13. Experts offered firsthand accounts of international sustainability efforts, urging audience members to get involved with local efforts any way they can.
Brothers 4 Brothers and the Ithaca College Asian American Alliance hosted a three vs. three basketball tournament Feb. 20 to fundraise for both organizations. The tournament was open to Ithaca College, Cornell University and the greater Ithaca community.
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.
Ansley Jemison surveys the field from the sidelines of Higgins Stadium with his thick arms crossed and his brown eyes focused. Looking over the Bomber defense he notices a player out of position. He puffs on his whistle and the echo freezes all of the players in place. He calmly walks over to the defender…