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King Momo (the symbol of Carnival) Djeferson Mendes da Silva, 34, holds the keys to the city of Rio during the official Carnival opening ceremony at the City Palace in Rio de Janeiro on Feb. 17, for the first time in two years.

Nation & World News Feb. 23

February 22, 2023

Former President Carter enters hospice care after hospitalization Former President Jimmy Carter, the Georgia native who is the longest living president in U.S. history, has decided against any further...

California reels from mass shootings: As mourners were gathering the evening of Jan. 23 for a candlelight vigil in Monterey Park, California, for 11 people killed by a gunman at a dance studio, word spread of another mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, California.

World News Jan. 26

By Tribune News Service January 25, 2023

Classified documents found at former vice president’s home A lawyer for former Vice President Mike Pence found 12 classified documents in a search of his Indiana home in the latest development related...

From left, Patricia Zimmermann, Charles A. Dana professor of Screen Studies in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies; Andrew Utterson, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies; and Jennifer Jolly, Charles A. Dana professor in the Department of Art, Art History, and Architecture.

Roundtable event examines film’s relevance to war in Ukraine

By Farid Ahmad, Staff Writer November 2, 2022
Four Ithaca College professors provided different perspectives on the film “Battleship Potemkin” during a roundtable event at 7:50 p.m. Oct. 31 in the Park Auditorium.
The round table was moderated by (left) Raza Rumi, director of the PCIM. The guest speakers from left were Masha Shpolberg, assistant professor of Film and Electronic Arts at Bard College; and Natalie Gryvnyak, a journalist and founder of the information and production agency, In-features; and Zenon Wasyliw, professor at the Department of History at Ithaca College.

Experts discuss media coverage of the Russia-Ukraine war

By Prakriti Panwar, Contributing Writer September 12, 2022
Experts discussed the challenges of covering the Russia-Ukraine war in independent and mainstream media in a round table discussion held Sept. 7.
Michael Trotti is a professor in the Department of History. He has felt this year’s events weighing heavily on the lives of many and offers up a supportive reflection urging the campus community to continue building meaningful connections.

Commentary: In times of crisis, supportive reflection is vital

By Michael Trotti April 28, 2022
I feel privileged to be here. Yet it has been a hell of a few years to be in this community. 
Junior Daria Karpenko worries for her familys safety since the war between Ukraine and Russia began. She said she has felt a range of constantly changing emotions.

Commentary: Students with family in Ukraine face a shift in priorities

By Daria Karpenko March 11, 2022
Eleven days have passed since the war started. This is the second week since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but it feels timeless.
The Ukrainian community of Ithaca and its allies gathered in the Bernie Milton Pavilion on the Ithaca Commons March 6 to protest the Russian invasion.

Ukrainian community of Ithaca protests Russian invasion

By Elijah de Castro, News Editor March 8, 2022
The Ukrainian community of Ithaca and its allies gathered in the Bernie Milton Pavilion on the Ithaca Commons March 6 to protest the Russian invasion.
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