On Dec. 8, Keri Blakinger spoke at a discussion hosted by IC Books Thru Bars about her personal experiences inside a women’s prison.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is causing the international community to react to the spread of the virus and local communities are following suit.
Ithaca College will celebrate its 15th annual Native American Affinity Month to share a cultural and political education with the campus community.
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered on Sept. 21 in over 150 countries to speak out for climate change awareness. Among the locations hosting marches were Ithaca and New York City.
Volunteers from around Ithaca gathered to bring awareness to social issues like AIDS, hunger and malnutrition in an effort to give back to their communities.
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity invited students to engage in a discussion on the role technology plays in addressing race, racism and resistance on Sept. 9 in Clark Lounge.