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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 17, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Women’s sports deserve more respect from the media

By | Apr 3, 2018

After an underwhelming slate of games from the men’s final, Danielle Allentuck suggests people turn their focus to the women’s game.

National Recap: Weinstein accused of sexual assault

By | Oct 10, 2017

He apologized for his actions, saying, “I appreciate the way I’ve behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it.”

Q&A: Patricia Zimmermann discusses her global contributions

By | May 1, 2017

“What matters is having clarity that democratic communication can be made no matter what technology you have,” Zimmermann said.

National Recap: Trump’s war on media continues

By | Mar 1, 2017

Trump’s frequent peddling of “fake news” has often come in the wake of negative news reports about his administration or his policies.

Media ignores rise in hate groups

By | Mar 1, 2017

Many people do not realize that groups like these are spread out throughout the country, tackle various subjects and can even exist near liberal towns.

Q&A: IC professor starts a revolution with ‘Hamilton’ course

By | Feb 21, 2017

“‘Hamilton’ is this huge phenomenon that extends beyond the average consumer of theater in New York, and it’s reaching kids.

Creator of ‘Black-ish’ Kenya Barris wins Rod Serling Award

By | Nov 27, 2016

Ithaca College recognizes Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” with the Rod Serling Award.

Alumnus Ben Strauss ’08 discusses problems with the NCAA

By | Apr 12, 2016

Alumnis Ben Strauss visited Ithaca College Campus April 6 to discuss his book, Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA.

Commentary: Outside media miss key aspects of IC protests

By | Feb 3, 2016

National coverage of the events ultimately leading to the retirement of President Tom Rochon have focused almost exclusively on the race-related aspects of the protests by students.

Commentary: Alumna explores hope in light of campus activism

By | Dec 9, 2015

I often hear that white people don’t want to have to walk on eggshells during conversations about race and injustice.

Neuroscientist Oliver Sacks leaves powerful legacy behind

By | Sep 2, 2015

What I find to be most influential about Sacks, though, is his influence on the general public. He was able to make neuroscience accessible.

Commentary: Online publications seek new revenue strategies

By | Apr 29, 2015

As publishers focus on finding new ways to bring in revenue, reporters and editors cannot let the quality of the journalism they produce decline.