July 24, 2014
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Jon Yoskin

Editorial: Transparent SGA puts up wall

According to Dominick Recckio, current vice president of communications in the Student Government Association, 18.2 percent of the student body, 1,223 students, voted in the April 17–18 election and elected IC All That to be their SGA executive board for the 2014 academics year.

Opinion Columns

Common Sense

Dylan Maloney takes a gander at money and power.

The ‘U’ in Education

Frances Johnson examines where you fit into education.

Editorial: Adjunct Funk

The number of part-time faculty at Ithaca College this academic year has increased by 67 percent since 2004.

Editorial: Big shoes to fill

Marisa Kelly, provost and vice president for educational affairs, unexpectedly announced her departure from Ithaca College on April 16.

Editorial: A sweet option for paying debt

Sugar babies are making their mark on campus, as more than 40 people with ithaca.edu email addresses registered with SeekingArrangement.com.

Editorial: College dives into larger pool

The growth of the pool of applicants versus the consistent admitted students’ numbers opens the possibility of greater selectivity for future classes to the college

Editorial: A sign of trouble

Amid numerous acts of vandalism this year was the recent theft of four letters from the Ithaca College sign located on Lyceum Drive.

Guest Commentary: Responsible journalism must come from the ground up

Arriving at Ithaca College four years ago, I never imagined spending one of my first Sunday afternoons in a staff meeting for the Accent section of The Ithacan.

Guest Commentary: May Day brings attention to student debt

It was merely two years ago that the Occupy Wall Street movement engaged in International Workers’ Day, or May Day, rallies in places like New York City and San Francisco.

Guest commentary: Buddhism program in India forms disciplined mindfulness

A defining feature of my collegiate career has been the presence of Buddhism.

Guest commentary: Ship desertion reveals cultural differences

On April 16, news of the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol shocked the world, not only because more than 150 casualties were confirmed as of April 23, but also because Captain Lee Joon-seok decided to leave the ferry first and thereby abandon hundreds of passengers onboard.

Guest commentary: Ithaca activism does not excuse students’ complacency

An active community is nothing without those who fight for social justice to keep democracy in check and maintain a fair and safe environment.

Snap Judgment

What do you wish you would have been told before enrolling at Ithaca College?

Letter to the editor: Student demand dictates variety of campus food offerings

I am writing this in response to the April 3 article in The Ithacan, titled “Dining Services attempts to meet special dietary restrictions.”


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