Cornell University welcomes second female president

By Sarah Ploss and Leah Rostohar Cornell University is welcoming its second female president, Martha E. Pollack this coming April. This election follows the passing of former president, Elizabeth Garrett. Garrett passed away in early March of 2016 after a battle with colon cancer. She was the first female to be named president of the…

Sanctuary Campus aims to protect undocumented students

By Cecilia Morales  The Election Day results sent shockwaves across the United States, spurring president-elect Donald Trump’s opposition to protest against him. As many as 5,000 people filled the streets of Manhattan, some using the hashtag #NotMyPresident to express their dissatisfaction through social media.

Native Heritage Month: Rethinking Thanksgiving

By Tiarra Braddock and Sharon Mejia The month of November is usually highly anticipated because of one of the biggest holidays: Thanksgiving. It’s a holiday most Americans associate with Native Americans, Pilgrims and giving thanks. George Washington was the first president to designate Thanksgiving as a national holiday, but there’s a larger history behind the…