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April 10, 2021
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Commentary: Full scale of faculty layoffs may be misrepresented by administration

The only protection faculty at IC have against destructive top-down management decisions is to stand in solidarity with one another.


Editorial: Professors need to be commended not cut

By | Nov 23, 2020

Ultimately, faculty members need to be commended for their work in altering their curricula. This demonstrates what makes the college special.


Editorial: Students are forced to take matters into their own hands, yet again

By | Nov 22, 2020

Students are saying that they want more communication and transparency regarding these faculty cuts. Students are also requesting basic information.


Editorial: Administration lacks consistency and transparency

By | Nov 11, 2020

The Ithaca College administration has been inconsistent throughout this semester, and its intentions are often unclear.


Editorial: Community members need to take a stand in prioritization process

By | Nov 9, 2020

Clearly, this is something no one wants to see happen. Shared governance can be achieved. The college is just making it more difficult.


Editorial: Academic Program Prioritization requires community effort

By | Oct 23, 2020

Throughout the years, different groups have siloed themselves from one another on all levels. Students typically stay within their respective schools.


Faculty Council letter to the senior leadership team, Oct. 18, 2020

By The Ithacan | Oct 19, 2020

Dear President Collado, Provost Cornish, and members of the Senior Leadership Team:
We write to you as members of the Executive Committee of Faculty Council, the leading governance body for the Ithaca College faculty, in order to relay the very serious concerns that we have heard from our colleagues—at two separate meetings the FCEC called during the week of October 12th, attended in each case by almost 300 faculty—in response to the news that the elimination of roughly 130 FTE faculty will be recommended by APPIC by December 31st, 2020.


Open communication critical when making decisions

By | Oct 17, 2020

The administration is disingenuously making it seem like everything is under control and going according to plan.