Married to the “Dean” of Congress, Deborah Dingell is looking for her turn in the political light.
Amid a new semester and presidential campaign, Ithaca College Republicans are taking to their club to discuss the primary and which candidate poses the biggest threat to President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.
American policy can have negative effects on outside countries, and junior Candace Riggs is hoping to spread this message to the Ithaca College campus community. As part of a project for her War Occupation and Displacement class, Riggs will screen “Shoveling Water: War on Drugs, War on Peace” at 7:00 p.m. tonight in Textor 101.
After a long struggle to create an Asian-American Studies program at Ithaca College, the proposal was put on hold, inciting backlash from proponents of the course of study who are determined to continue pushing for it.
Pioneering political blogger and author John Nichols will visit Ithaca College today to educate students on the significance of the U.S. Constitution, particularly the First Amendment, in his speech, “First Amendment Remedies: The Constitution as a Call to Action,” in celebration of Constitution Day.