“There’s that feel that you get going into a small local store. People know you, and you go in, and there’s that intimacy that is very welcoming.”
In response to anti-Semitic posters that were hung up in Collegetown, Cornell University faculty, staff and students gathered at a rally.
Why wouldn’t officers receive mental health training when, statistically, one out of every four college-age individuals struggle with mental illness?
Ithaca Police arrested and charged a Cornell University student with one count of assault in the third degree after a fight the morning of Sept. 15.
“The evolution of how this landscape was formed, I find to be incredible,” she said. “The sense of time that’s involved is almost incomprehensible.”