“Science is always a love-hate thing when it doesn’t work, but when it does pan out, it’s amazing,” Nichols said.
With increasing national conversations on using students’ desired pronouns in the classroom, the college’s faculty are trying to find the best ways to be inclusive.
Graduate student Kristopher Bosela rode 100 miles Oct. 15 in support of the One-to-One Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ithaca and Tompkins County.
There are students on campus who are interested in having discussions on race, and it is the onus of these similarly passionate faculty and staff members to get in contact with these students.
Rape is not a product of short skirts or too much alcohol — it is a product of toxic masculinity, entitlement and a misunderstanding of sex and consent. More jail time will not solve these deep-rooted, dangerous attitudes about sexual violence.
Cheryl Christopher, postal services assistant in Phillips Hall at Ithaca College, discusses attending college for one semester, watching students with opposite lifestyles become friends, and why college can be the best place for self-development.
Joslyn Brenton, assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College, discusses attending three different colleges in four years, love and relationships, and why college is the best time to explore open-mindedness.
“When we came in, we were individuals, and we’re not leaving as nonindividuals, but we kind of melded together into … one thought,” she said. “There’s one new person coming out, and it’s the eight of us.”