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Editorial: College would benefit from Muslim faith leader

By The Ithacan | Nov 1, 2017

With only a small number of practicing Muslim students on campus, sharing an imam would be a cost-effective solution.


Review: Stephen King adaptation is a killer drama

By | Oct 31, 2017

“1922” isn’t a simple revenge tale, it’s a supernatural meditation on karma and consequence.


Existentialist club aims to provoke philosophical discussion

By | Feb 14, 2017

The Existentialist Coffee House plans on discussing different philosophies and including a range of topics from religion to human consciousness.


For the love of God: Faith inspires religious activism

By | Feb 17, 2016

Members of the Ithaca community have exercised their religious beliefs by engaging in social justice work.


Combating Religious Persecution with Open-Mindedness

By | Oct 4, 2015

The point that I want to make is this: no matter what your spiritual beliefs are, there will be people who put you into certain groupings. This is a result of the extremists in religion who have created an image that is unfairly placed on all who have the same or similar beliefs. Our country prides itself on welcoming diversity, yet religion causes so much conflict and so many hard feelings.


The many struggles of reporting abroad

By | Apr 8, 2015

Reporting in Morocco can make for some sticky situations.


Jewish studies professor to research in Germany on fellowship

By | Sep 16, 2014

Rebecca Lesses, Jewish studies professor at Ithaca College, will be going to Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany this coming year to continue her research on Jewish magic through a fellowship she received from the Ministry of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany.



Commentary: How Hobby Lobby can teach us to avoid following laws

By | Dec 4, 2013

Hobby Lobby, an arts and crafts superstore, opened up a new location in Ithaca — which isn’t a huge surprise, because people in Ithaca love arts and crafts.


Commentary: Buddhists struggle with holidays on campus

By | Nov 13, 2013

People often ask whether Buddhists have holidays.


Catholic astronomer speaks on relationship between science and religion

By | Nov 12, 2013

The Rev. George Coyne, former director of the Vatican Observatory in Tucson, Ariz., spoke Monday at Cornell University in a lecture titled “The Dance of the Fertile Universe: An Interplay of Science and Religion.”


Video: The End of the World

By | Apr 11, 2013

Ithaca College faculty holds a panel to discuss the likelihood of an apocalypse and how the world will eventually come to an end.