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Editorial: Legalization efforts must offer reparations to BIPOC

By | Apr 14, 2021

Marijuana convictions can prevent people from job opportunities, drive them away from their families and invite them into the criminal system.

Review: “Narcos: Mexico” is a coked-up rollercoaster ride

By | Dec 10, 2018

Netflix exceeds expectations once again with “Narcos: Mexico,” a grittier version of its predecessor “Narcos,” (2015).

Commentary: More states must decriminalize marijuana

By | Nov 10, 2016

Federal legalization of recreational marijuana is a far reach, but it is important that states and communities keep making efforts to decriminalize marijuana.

Speaker highlights national budget as a source of race-based poverty

By | Mar 5, 2014

Harper is the senior mobilizing director for Sojourners, a national, Christian-oriented organization which calls for action for social and racial justice. During her March 3 lecture in Emerson Suites, she said the imaginative task is difficult for some people because many lack the imagination to think of a world where race-based poverty is not a constant war.

The War on Drugs Play Castaways

By | Dec 11, 2011

Saturday night, Ithaca was lucky enough to be graced by the presence of Philadelphia rock band The War on Drugs. The quintet stopped by Castaways before they head down to New York City to open for The National at the much larger and fancier Beacon Theatre.   I would like to give an immediate shoutout/thank…

Ithaca and The War On Drugs

By | Nov 19, 2011

Break hasn’t even truly started yet and I know all you IC students are already itching to get back. So to make the last three weeks of the semester a little more fun and a little less stressful, I’ve got a tip. Go see The War on Drugs at Castaways on December 10th.   These…