December 1, 2022
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Commentary: Operation Crossroads Africa volunteering alters activism views

By | Aug 28, 2012

During my summer volunteering in Ghana, in a makeshift open-door school with dirt floors that turned to mud every time it rained, I learned there are some things we can’t change, no matter how much we scream.

Continuing the battle

By | Apr 25, 2012

After his wife was diagnosed with cancer in 2008, Ed Vorbach worked to keep life as normal as possible for his son, who was a senior in high school.

‘Lockout’: Thriller crashes with poor script

By | Apr 18, 2012

While the directors of “Lockout” aimed to piece together the most thrilling parts of classic films like “Armageddon,” “The Green Mile” and “Rambo” to create an epic tale of patriotism and adventure, they only managed to produce a lackluster film filled with clichés. “Lockout” follows Agent Snow (Guy Pearce) as he tries to avoid a…

Students asked to live below poverty line

By The Ithacan | Feb 15, 2012

Next week, members of the Global Poverty Project will drive their decorated tour van to Ithaca to challenge students to live like 1.4 billion people around the world — with less than $1.25 per day. Danielle Goldschneider, a member of the Global Poverty Project, an organization that works to help eradicate extreme poverty, will present…