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Commentary: Trump needs to end this protracted war

By Raza Rumi August 30, 2017
This is not the time to send more soldiers but to wrap up a protracted war through diplomatic and political means.
Kelly Fairbrother 15 performs at the Wheels 4 Women charity event in 2015. This year will carry the tradition to raise funds and raise awareness for domestic violence in India.

Q&A: Cabaret group combats domestic violence in India

By Mary Ford, Managing Editor January 25, 2017
Managing Editor Mary Ford spoke with Katheen Mulligan, associate professor of voice and speech, to discuss her involvement in Wheels 4 Women.

The US displaces, but never aids

By Isabella Grullon October 31, 2016
If history teaches anyone anything, it's that the U.S. has a horrible reputation in aiding refugees from the countries it has invaded.
Kathleen Mulligan, associate professor of voice and speech at Ithaca College, received a $327,000 grant to help create her new play, tentatively titled “On Common Ground.”

IC professor receives grant from US Embassy in Pakistan

By Colette Piasecki-Masters, Staff Writer October 26, 2016
Kathleen Mulligan plans to create a play with a Pakistani theater group aided by a large grant from the U.S. Embassy of Islamabad.

Kashmir is U.S. foreign policy blind spot

By Isabella Grullon October 4, 2016
The United States’ reputation in the Middle East and Asia as a whole may lead to skepticism on why the U.S. is there in the first place.

Q&A: Raza Rumi speaks at UN on the dangers journalists face

By Ryan King, Contributing Writer September 25, 2016
Raza Rumi, scholar in residence for the School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College, spoke Sept. 16 at a #ProtectJournalists United Nations panel.
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.
FLEFF is a local annual film festival and has been sponsored by Ithaca College since 2004. The theme of this year’s festival, which runs from March 28 to April 3, will be landscapes, which the FLEFF website describes as potentially being “material and immaterial, built and imagined.”

Annual environmental film festival returns to Ithaca College

By Faith Meckley, News Editor March 27, 2016
The 19th annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival will feature films produced from around the world on topics like women’s health clinics, hydraulic fracturing, climbing Mount Everest and the Indian-Pakistani partition.
Kathleen Mulligan, associate professor in the theater department, has been working with Theatre Wallay to develop a play about the 1947 Partition between India and Pakistan. She hosted a screening of her documentary on the Voices of Partition project Oct. 2.

Q&A: Theater professor discusses “Voices of Partition”

By Maura Aleardi, Staff Writer October 7, 2015
"Partition was a pretty painful period in history, but it’s also getting to hear stories of just everyday people and realize how much we’re alike."

College Briefing: Jan. 22

January 21, 2015
TCAT route adds new Circle Apartments stop, Professor receives grant to create Pakistani play, and more
Asma Barlas, professor and program director of the CSCRE, led students and faculty in an open discussion about language Nov. 11 in Clark Lounge.

CSCRE creates space for dialogue on language

By Jack Curran, Online News Editor November 14, 2013
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity held an informal workshop, where students and faculty participated in an open dialogue about the language of racial justice.
‘Innocence of Muslims’ video sparks violence and global debate

‘Innocence of Muslims’ video sparks violence and global debate

By Shea O'Meara, Senior Writer September 27, 2012
The Ithaca College community combats violence by emphasizing moderate aspects of the faith in the wake of anti-American protests.
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