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To learn more about how politicians use language to influence their voting base and potential voters, I spoke with Cornell Professor Lawrence B. Glickman. He is the Stephen and Evalyn Milman Professor of American Studies in the Department of History at Cornell. Glickman is the author of the new book, Free Enterprise: An American History,…
Lesley Greene and Andy Adelewitz, co-organizers of Porchfest, talk about the music festival that originated 12 years ago in Ithaca. Porchfest is a music festival taking place in the Fall Creek and Northside neighborhoods of Ithaca, on Sunday, September 22, 2019. Photos: courtesy of Porchfest
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, affected the United States and the world in many lasting ways. Some of those impacts were clear immediately, while others unfolded gradually. WRFI’s Roger Smith spoke with Cornell law and government professor Joseph Margulies on September 11, 2019. Margulies argued some important cases on the legal rights of…
Reports circled online throughout Wednesday of a shooting that occurred that morning outside of the Green Street Parking Garage. Many local news outlets provided updates on the incident, among them was Independent reporter Josh Brokaw of TruthSayers. Brokaw sat down for a conversation with WRFI News Director Michayla Savitt Wednesday afternoon, and brings you this…
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