Sympathy for your redneck uncle

A study conducted by Harvard University has found that 51 percent of people aged 18 to 29 do not support capitalism, while as many as 33 percent said they supported socialism as an alternative.

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Ex Libris

I never went to my grandfather Hal’s funeral; with three papers to write, I had too much coursework to come home for three full days.  He died at the most inconvenient time.

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The responsibilities of free speech

We all know that neo-nazism is un-American. But how do we condemn those who believe it’s their fundamental right to speak up for their beliefs?

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Editorial: Echo chambers of the liberal college

Do you remember your first classes where you had a vague sense all the cool kids sat at the Bernie Sanders table? You highlighted aspects of your beliefs that signal you weren’t a racist, sexist homophobic. If you’re a young man you might have let everybody know you were aware of your male privilege and alert other men to their own.

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Mythbusting academic neutrality

By Justin Henry Upon entering Ithaca College’s Gannett Center in the spring of 2017, students were met with a glass

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Beach bunnies & piping plovers: My time as a wildlife conservationist

In an ecosystem, small actions are like a drop of water in a still lake: they will cause ripples that continue to grow long after the drop has dissipated. From my time with the plovers and my own research of sensitive ecosystems I have learned only the bare minimum of how each of my sandy footprints affects the wider environment.

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From Medieval classics to climate activism

Michael Twomey retired from the departments of classical studies and English at the end of the Spring 2017 semester. During

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An (In)convenient college

By Arianna Ashby, Rebecca Eulberg, Justin Henry, Dan Santoro and Joe Sprung The industrial revolution introduced mankind to a troubling

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