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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 20, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Guest commentary: Ship desertion reveals cultural differences

By | Apr 23, 2014

On April 16, news of the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol shocked the world, not only because more than 150 casualties were confirmed as of April 23, but also because Captain Lee Joon-seok decided to leave the ferry first and thereby abandon hundreds of passengers onboard.

17 year old got in all 8 Ivy League, but wait, he’s black…

By | Apr 16, 2014

There are many jokes on April Fools day.

I too, am Harvard…

By | Apr 16, 2014

Diversity is something often talked about here at Ithaca College.

News content compromised by business reality, and where’s our future?

By | Apr 6, 2014

For start-up journalist like me, two most important questions I ask: Where does journalism get the money from and is the digitization of media revitalizing the morbid industry?

Oil drilling in Yasuni, the last resort for a bleak economy

By | Mar 26, 2014

Recently I heard from a professor that Ecuadorian government has granted Chinese Developmental Bank a drilling license for oil on an area in the Amazon jungle.

The new SAT brings exciting prospect, despite the criticism

By | Mar 17, 2014

The College Board announced on March 5th that the SAT test has been revised from 2400 point scale to 1600 points scale and the change will be made effective in the spring of 2016.

Cornell professor speaks about surrogacy outsourcing

By | Mar 8, 2014

Debra Castillo, Emerson Hinchliff chair of Hispanic Studies and professor of comparative literature at Cornell University, spoke about the ethical dilemma and risk of outsourcing reproductive surrogacy during her talk “Googling Baby” on March 4 in Textor Hall.

Crazy thing is happening in China, and I don’t even know what it is…

By | Mar 3, 2014

A horrendous act of crime was committed in Kunming, a city in Southwestern China.  

Uganda celebrates “World Day of Social Justice” by signing anti-gay bill

By | Mar 1, 2014

Since 2007, the General Assembly of the United Nation has proclaimed 20 February as “World Day of Social Justice.” This is a day member states of the UN are invited to devote the day to promoting awareness for social justice.

Even in China, it’s Social Media activism, not slacktivism…

By | Feb 23, 2014

When we talk about activism on social media, we immediately think about the students uprising during the Arab Spring or Occupy Wall Street.

Antagonism for homosexuality is not ending with the closure of Winter Olympics

By | Feb 20, 2014

Russian’s crackdown on gay rights protest are exposed by media around the world through social media, and that has changed my perception of gay people…
When I came back to the U.S.

The peril of social media without vetting it…

By | Feb 14, 2014

This past weekend in Italy, Napoli Football Club had a heart attack moment over an alleged racial abuse claim from its home fans that has gone viral on Twitter and Facebook.