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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 23, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

National recap: Thirty-seven dead after Hurricane Florence

By | Sep 19, 2018

As of Wednesday, Sept. 19, the death count has reached at least 37 people. There are at least 27 dead in North Carolina, at least six in South Carolina and one in Virginia.

Q&A: Professor’s album wins gold medal at Global Music Awards

By | Sep 17, 2018

For the Spring 2018 awards, an Ithaca College professor won the gold medal for Best Instrumentalist and Best Album.

National Recap: U.S. Open tennis match sparks controversy

By | Sep 12, 2018

However, what should have been an exhilarating moment for Osaka was muddled with controversy and doubts, given the penalties Williams received during the match.

Q&A: Associate professor researches military conscripts in Argentina

By | Sep 10, 2018

Jonathan Ablard, associate professor in the Department of History, visited Argentina using his Faculty Excellence Summer Research grant.

National Recap: USA Gymnastics president resigns

By | Sep 5, 2018

The former doctor was convicted little over a month into Perry’s time as CEO of USA Gymnastics. Perry took the position in December shortly after Nassar pleaded guilty to the accounts of abuse.

Q&A: Professor researches developmental ecological psychology

By | Sep 2, 2018

Nancy Rader, professor in the Department of Psychology, recently published her article, “Uniting Jimmy and Jackie: Foundation for a Research Program in Developmental Ecological Psychology.”

National Recap: Gunman kills two at gaming tournament

By | Aug 30, 2018

The push for gun control has been reignited after a shooter opened fire during a Madden video game tournament, leaving two people dead and 11 injured, in Jacksonville, Florida, on Sunday, Aug. 26.

Q&A: Professor researches personalized news under multitasking conditions

By | Aug 28, 2018

One Ithaca College professor is studying how effective news personalization is and how news consumption is affected by distracted readers.

National Recap: NRA under fire online for gun ban

By | May 2, 2018

Most of the tweets questioned why the NRA was banning guns in order to protect Pence but not to protect students and implied that the act was hypocritical.

Q&A: Professor researches private land conservation

By | Apr 29, 2018

Opinion editor Meredith Burke spoke with Brenner about his interest in the field, the future of land conservation efforts and the process of compiling and editing the special feature.

Senior championship-winning runner excels in academics

By | Apr 25, 2018

Cordani is an integrated marketing communications major with a minor in sociology and a national championship–winning runner.

Senior exhibits leadership in academics and extracurriculars

By | Apr 18, 2018

Underwood is a business administration major with a concentration in finance and a minor in economics. Sean Reid, dean of the School of Business, said Underwood had outstanding academic credentials an