By Christie Citranglo The 2016 U.S. presidential election revealed a world that fails to recognize and celebrate diversity. One of the causes of the current political climate comes from the rise of the so called “alt-right” movement. The movement swept the nation and overtook the Republican Party, drawing on white supremacy and neo-nazi principles over…
By Celisa Calacal Statistics show that Asian Americans make up the smallest voting bloc out of any racial group: a miniscule 4 percent. But the Ithaca College Asian American Alliance is hoping to change that.
By Alexa Salvato Students’ Reactions, National Reactions Shelby*, an Ithaca College student and officer of Spectrum, an LGBT student group on campus, sat cross-legged on the floor during the club’s weekly meeting as she recalled her feelings from Nov. 9, 2016.
By Sarah Ploss and Leah Rostohar For the past year and a half, the country has been in the midst of a contentious political season. The battle between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump became the main point of many newscasts.
By Kyle Stewart and Aidan Quigley Two weeks before the election, David Bravo-Cullen, the chairman of the Dryden Republicans, was driving around New York’s Adirondack region and caught hold of an interesting phenomenon: an abundance of signs supporting Republican nominee Donald Trump and none supporting Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.