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Personal health is necessary to combat the coronavirus

Personal health is necessary to combat the coronavirus

By The Ithacan March 5, 2020
We must improve our international dialogue when it comes to crisis control, especially when it comes to illness.
Newsrooms should continue to report on their own organizations

Newsrooms should continue to report on their own organizations

By Evan Popp February 13, 2018
These kinds of reports shouldn’t have journalists worried about losing their jobs and should be considered part of owning and operating a media organization.
Paula Poundstone has been a stand-up comedian for the past 38 years. She is a panelist on NPR’s “Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!” Poundstone will perform at the State Theater on Oct. 27.

Q&A: Paula Poundstone discusses quirky comedy career

By Matthew Radulski, Senior Writer October 23, 2017
"I finally realized that the funniest stuff I said was the stuff I said accidentally, I decided that is where the heart of the whole thing is."
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
Ithaca Undergrounds Big Day In will feature local bands, including Eskimeaux, Guerilla Toss, Izzy True and Sammus. The event will take place Dec. 3.

Ithaca Underground to host its next Big Day In on Dec. 3

By Olivia Riggio, Staff Writer November 30, 2016
Ithaca Underground’s 12th annual Big Day In begins at 12 p.m. on Dec. 3 for only $7 per person.
Reported rapes, drug and weapon violations increase at IC

Reported rapes, drug and weapon violations increase at IC

By Jack Sears, Contributing Writer September 28, 2016
Ithaca College’s Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management has seen an increase in reported rape cases, weapons violations and drug violations.
Earthlings has had two meetings so far, with the first two themes being significant firsts and home.

Ithaca College students create group based on storytelling

By Ashley Wolf, Staff Writer March 23, 2016
Earthlings is a group founded by several Ithaca College students that focuses on telling and sharing stories.
Politics professor Thomas Shevory believes the late Justice Antonin Scalia did not adhere to precedents or originalism.

Commentary: Justice Scalia’s legacy is not what it seems

By Thomas Shevory February 23, 2016
It may be impolitic to throw cold water on the Scalia legacy, but some things just need to be said.

The term “people of color” includes Asian Americans

By Frances Johnson, Columnist October 21, 2015
If I’m not a person of color, and I’m not white, then what am I?
Gabriel Urza stands in front of the display case where his new novel, All That Followed, is displayed.

Q&A: New professor’s first novel receives widespread acclaim

By Matthew Radulski, Staff Writer September 15, 2015
Publishers Weekly named “All That Followed” one of the Best Summer Books of 2015, and Urza himself one of its Writers To Watch for Fall 2015.
From left, junior Kaitlyn DeHority, principal trumpet of the Ithaca College Orchestra, and Frank Gabriel Campos, professor of trumpet performance, practice in his office on Oct. 21.

Trumpet professor performs on NPR’s ‘Performance Today’

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer October 22, 2014
Frank Gabriel Campos, professor of trumpet performance at Ithaca College, performed on National Public Radio's syndicated program "Performance Today."

College and City: Jan. 23

January 22, 2014
Alumnus produces video shown at national ball, Cornell lab fights cancer with new protein method, students perform concert for abuse victims in India and more...
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