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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Point/Counterpoint: The N-word in educational settings

By The Ithacan | Sep 19, 2019

 
 

Racial epithets have a space in the classroom
Mahad Olad
Paul Zwier is a law professor at Emory University.

Identity politics go beyond race

By | Aug 29, 2019

Fact: President Donald Trump’s racist and xenophobic rhetoric inspires white nationalism.

Capitalism spurs white supremacy

By | Mar 27, 2019

Unless there emerges a viable political left that addresses class issues, the left will keep losing to reactionary conservatism.

Professor discusses issues faced by indigenous peoples

By | Oct 1, 2018

Ithaca College’s Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity held a discussion Sept. 26 about indigenous people in society and infringements on their land.

Reviews from the summer season

Ithacan writers review a selection of summer’s biggest blockbusters and most complicated arthouse films.

Review: Workplace drama makes bold political statements

By | Aug 26, 2018

“The Bold Type” demonstrates that a show can prioritize both high-stakes subject matter alongside personal drama.

Exhibition features artists with marginalized identities

By | Apr 25, 2018

Curated by senior x senn-yuen rance, “Who is Me?” features students and alumni of the college and is on display at the Tompkins County Public Library.

Allyship and Solidarity

By | Dec 11, 2017

I’m just interrogating the usefulness of allyship as a framework to understanding oppression because the word “individual” is at the heart of solidarity.

In My Own Words: Mahad Olad

By | Nov 10, 2017

This week on “In My Own Words,” Glenn Epps sits down with Ithacan columnist Mahad Olad to discuss what it’s like to leave Islam, colorism and more.

Who counts as a black student?

By | Nov 1, 2017

I find this intensely gross. I’ve heard of this line of thinking before, usually among the more openly racist types.

Professors host intergroup dialogue workshops for faculty

By | Oct 31, 2017

The principles and techniques of intergroup dialogue can be applied to fields outside of just sociology and psychology classes, Derek Adams said.

Commentary: Remedying the ignorance outbreak

By | Oct 25, 2017

These cold temperatures bring about an outbreak of illnesses on campus, but also a sickness that I believe can take more time to heal from: ignorance.