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IC's anti-genocide organization, Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND), in partnership with Cornell University's organization, STARS, brought two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof to campus last Monday to discuss his experience travelling to Sudan and reporting on the mass genocide in Darfur. Kristof...

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As part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa visited Ithaca College to teach a class of writing students and give a reading of his work to the greater Ithaca community. Komunyakaa's poetry reflects his experience as a soldier in the Vietnam War as well as his upbringing in the pre-civil rights South.  ...

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One of the coolest things about Ithaca College is the support that everyone extends to each other. Clubs and organizations are no exception -- they're always willing to come together in order to partake in something that might help change the world.

Recently, IC Safewater, an organization which raises money on campus and in the community to...

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In the spirit of celebrating Black History Month, the African-Latino Society and Spit That! hosted a night of soul and sound in Emerson Suites.

The suites were filled with candlelit tables and buffet tables, whetting appetites with chicken marsala and shitake mushrooms. While images and blurbs of “unsung heroes” like W.E.B. ...

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One recent weekend, I stepped outside my house on Prospect Street (just two short blocks from downtown Ithaca) and immediately smelled the chili as the wind on the Commons slowly wafted uphill. It was a welcomed aroma, this being my personal favorite of the Ithaca community events, Chili Fest (more formally known as the Great Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-Off and...

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