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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 23, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Students react to Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation

By | Oct 10, 2018

It was a cloudy Sunday morning in Ithaca on Oct. 7. A small group of students on campus gathered near Muller Chapel to pray.

Commentary: Women’s reproductive rights are in danger

By The Ithacan | Sep 18, 2018

As a woman who faces challenges every day based on just that fact, it is unsettling to hear that the future of women’s reproductive rights lies in the hands of a man.

Confirm Neil Gorsuch

By | Mar 22, 2017

Through captivating narratives and occasional humor, he is known for making his decisions engaging and accessible to all audiences.

Clinton needs a civics lesson

By | Oct 25, 2016

Our judicial system was designed to remain above the political whims of the day, as is evidenced by lifetime appointments of justices.

Constitution Day panel discusses Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’

By | Sep 18, 2016

The journalist responsible for covering the trial documented in the Netflix documentary series “Making a Murderer,” along with two local attorneys, spoke to over 75 students and faculty members about the rights that legal defendants have, or should have, to administer a fair trial.

Commentary: Clean Power Plan is neither clean nor powerful

By | Mar 1, 2016

While a lateral shift from coal to gas will decrease carbon dioxide emissions, it will also almost certainly increase emissions of an even more powerful form of heat-trapping carbon: methane.

Teachers must have a choice

By | Jan 27, 2016

In the age of money dominating politics, public sector unions have drifted away from their core mission: to represent teachers.

The American Constitution Society Convention: A Reflection

By | Jun 26, 2015

This blog post was originally posted here on youngpeoplefor.org
About a week ago I walked twenty five minutes to the closest Forever 21 in pursuit of a professional-looking jacket at a reasonable price.

Court ruling has unequal results

By The Ithacan | Apr 23, 2014

The Census Bureau estimates that people of minority status will be the majority of the American population by 2043.

Guest Commentary: Court ruling drowns out free political speech

By | Apr 9, 2014

Last week, in the case McCutcheon v. FEC, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 5–4 to strike down limits on the total amount of money individuals can donate to candidates and political committees.

Editorial: Allies are few, solidarity is far

By | Sep 4, 2013

In the wake of racially charged issues, such as the killing of Trayvon Martin and the Supreme Court’s invalidation of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, it is disheartening that so few white people attended the 50th Anniversary March on Washington.

ITHACA TODAY: Wednesday, Sept. 4

By The Ithacan | Sep 4, 2013

Your daily guide to all the stories and events you should check out today.