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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 23, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Racism does not exempt royals

By | Jan 23, 2020

The royal family has always been an enigma.

Theater class reacts to racially charged incident

By | Dec 11, 2019

An interim lecturer in the Department of Theatre Arts will no longer be teaching her course after students reported a racially charged incident.

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.

N-word has no place in educational settings

By | Sep 19, 2019

Necro. Niger. Negro. Nigga. Black. The word “nigger” has never had a positive connotation.

Identity politics go beyond race

By | Aug 29, 2019

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

Q&A: Professor publishes chapter on students’ biases

By | Apr 23, 2019

Opinion Editor Meredith Burke spoke with Ioanide about her chapter, its relevance today and how it relates to her work at the college.

National Recap: Louisiana church fires suspected as arson

By | Apr 10, 2019

Investigators announced April 9 that they believed the fires that consumed three historically black churches in Louisiana were intentionally set.

Commentary: Photography is a display of power

By | Apr 10, 2019

The classroom is also implicated in this imperial power structure as it has risen from the same inequities.

Commentary: White feminists need to do better

By | Mar 6, 2019

So, what does this mean for Ithaca College Feminists United? I can’t decide our future, but what I hope for ICFU is that it continues to be critical of feminism and vulnerable.

Commentary: Nike pursues progressivism for profit

By | Feb 27, 2019

There may not be such a thing as ethical capitalism, but we have to recognize that Nike has the power to change the public discourse.

Commentary: Ithaca’s complicity in symbols of hate

By | Feb 13, 2019

It is our duty to constructively hold these centers of power to account as they entrench themselves in abhorrent practices across the Central New York region.

Panel discusses origins and ownership of the “N-word”

By | Feb 1, 2019

“When you have been bought and sold for centuries and you have had prices put on your soul, the only thing you control is language,” Bradwell said.