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During his time at Ithaca College, Adam B. Ellick 99 worked at The Ithacan, ICTV and WICB before graduating with a degree in journalism. He is now the director and executive producer of Opinion Video at The New York Times.

Q&A: IC alum produces Opinion Video section at the NYT

By Lorien Tyne, Assistant News Editor April 25, 2022
Assistant news editor Lorien Tyne spoke with Ellick about his career in journalism and what values have guided him to the work he does now. 
Carli Lloyd walks on stage to discuss the path to her successful soccer career and leadership on and off the field Dec. 6 at Cornell University’s Bailey Hall.

Soccer star Carli Lloyd speaks about career and equality

By Emily Adams, Sports Editor December 11, 2019
U.S. Women's National Team soccer play Carli Llyod spoke at Cornell University Dec. 6 about her career, gender inequality and retirement.

Paralympic team deserves attention that March Madness gets

By Danielle Allentuck, Staff Writer March 21, 2018
The U.S. Paralympic team is finishing with more medals than the U.S. Olympic team, but March Madness is getting all of the attention of sports fans.
The NY Times is failing its readers

The NY Times is failing its readers

By Evan Popp February 28, 2018
They too, under the edicts of intellectual diversity, should regularly get a chance to argue in publications like the Times.
Nazis in the NY Times

Nazis in the NY Times

By Evan Popp November 29, 2017
How the media frames the issue of white nationalism is crucial because it impacts how people view the ideology. So far, the media’s framing has been problematic.
Sex education and/or HIV education is legally mandated in 39 states and Washington, D.C., but only 11 states and Washington, D.C. require inclusive content with regard to sexual orientation.

Commentary: Being left out doesn’t make you queer

By Gillian Wenzel November 6, 2017
Queer people of all races, genders, abilities, classes and cultures have fought for their ability to survive and have built their own communities in order to thrive.
The media should call a spade a spade

The media should call a spade a spade

By Evan Popp September 20, 2017
If mainstream journalists refuse to call out Trump for his lies now, the word likely won’t appear in the media’s future descriptions of those in power
In front of a crowded Textor 102 on April 17, Nestle said the price of food has increased the most for healthy foods and that this has had a negative impact on people with low incomes the most.

Keynote speaker Marion Nestle kicks off Sustainability Week

By Sam Haut, Staff Writer April 19, 2017
Nestle has received numerous awards from food health organizations for her work in nutrition, and six of her books have received awards as well.
Senior Sara Kim leads a meeting of the Asian American Alliance. She writes about the lack of Asian American/Pacific Islander representation in Hollywood.

Commentary: Asian Americans lack representation in the media

By Sara Kim April 12, 2017
Whitewashing AAPI roles erases the existence of AAPI in the media and continues to be an ongoing issue with Hollywood’s major motion picture films.
Editorial: Community should fund local media endeavors

Editorial: Community should fund local media endeavors

By The Ithacan November 30, 2016
People in the community and beyond must support community journalism through monetary donations or by purchasing subscriptions.
Members of the Class of 2016 take pictures on the academic quad as they wait for the procession to begin.

Ithaca College celebrates Class of 2016 graduation

By Kayla Dwyer, Editor in Chief May 22, 2016
Clouds and light rain had little bearing on Ithaca College’s 121st Commencement celebration in honor of the Class of 2016 on May 22.
Tiffani Ziemann, Title IX Coordinator, receives complaints of sexual harassment, sexual assault and discrimination at Ithaca College. The office of Title IX will receive an increase in funding for the 2016–17 academic year, the first time it will have a dedicated budget.

Ithaca College office of Title IX sees concrete budget

By Jessica Ferreira, Staff Writer April 20, 2016
Ithaca College’s office of Title IX will receive an increase in funding for the 2016–17 academic year. Having previously received money on an as-needed basis, Fall 2016 marks the first time that Title IX will have a cemented budget.
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