Meet IC’s new sustainability coordinator

In 2007, then-President Peggy Ryan Williams signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment. This tasked the college with attaining complete carbon neutrality by 2050.

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Fighting a cyber-sexual war

At just 14 years-old, activist Juliett found herself a victim of a relatively new phenomenon called revenge porn.

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Flint, Michigan – A city in crisis

In 2014, the city of Flint, Michigan switched water suppliers in an effort to save money. Originally, the city concluded that moving from their current water provider, Detroit Water and Sewage Department, to the Karegnondi Water Authority (KWA) would save the city $200 million over the next 25 years.

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Let’s talk budget: IC’s 2017-18 fiscal year

By The Ithaca College Chronicle Editor’s note: All budgets since the 1992 fiscal year are available through the Ithaca College

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‘Trumpism’ as a repressed American politic

In 2016, the United States realized the strength of grassroots politics. Among candidates on both sides of the political aisle, the harshest critics of an aloof political and financial establishment were elevated to the status of cultural icons.

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The “Platinum Age” of Television

An infamous episode of the Emmy Award-winning show “Mad Men” is known to its fans simply as the “lawn mower episode.” Shocking and grotesque, the scene is neither a climax of a dramatic character arc, nor an event with anything but a negligible effect on a then minor character’s career.

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Long Island’s Heroin Epidemic

By Rae Harris, Forum Editor The Vicious Cycle Samantha Paulus, like many other Long Islanders, has struggled with heroin addiction.

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Point Counterpoint: Change the Electoral College?

For By Lily Spiro, Essay Editor The Founding Fathers were correct to fear “tyranny of the majority” when they created

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Background and Context for the IC Contingent Faculty Union

The vote to authorize labor action on Feb. 13 and 14 authorizes multiple types of protests against the administration, the most extreme of which is the abstention from working.

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An Open Letter to the IC Community: ‘Do not lose hope’

Instead of devaluing people who are different than us, we must learn how to recognize these differences and appreciate them. Instead of ignoring problems, we must discuss them, think about them and solve them.

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