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March 5, 2021
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Commentary: Faculty cuts diminish degree value

By | Feb 10, 2021

As someone who will likely have both of their liberal arts majors eliminated, the value of my degree has depreciated significantly.


Commentary: Community Solidarity is a Necessity — A SHEL Perspective

By | Feb 9, 2021

As a community, I feel we need to do better. Coming home from a long day at work and seeing images of 50-plus kids at a party is a slap in the face.


Commentary: Republicans were the true winners in this election

By | Dec 11, 2020

Although the media declared Biden as the election winner, there are positives in the Republican party from this election that outweigh this.


Commentary: Choreographers are essential workers

By | Dec 9, 2020

Though different in nature, my work as a choreographer is as essential as a medical professional’s work.


Identities Series: Finding what I lost

By | Dec 8, 2020

As racism and xenophobia prevail in America, it is critical to embrace our differing identities. Our stories encourage discourse and thus change.


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.


Commentary: What voting and Macklemore have in common: feeling glorious

By | Nov 11, 2020

I’ve played Macklemore’s “Glorious” an embarrassing number of times since Saturday morning, but I feel glorious.


Identities Series: Finding and Opening Spaces for Multiracial Students

By | Nov 10, 2020

Despite struggling to figure out what spaces I belong in, it’s imperative that I understand the privilege I have because of the lightness of my skin.


Commentary: IC students shouldn’t be allowed to return in Spring 2021

By | Nov 5, 2020

If Ithaca College follows through with its plan to reopen, I hope its students would come back with respect for the community.


Commentary: Building learning communities after college

By | Nov 3, 2020

We fail to learn when we see it as a passive endeavor. Our thought processes and psyches are deeply powerful and complicated.


Commentary: Sexual assault: the epidemic overlooked on college campuses

By | Oct 28, 2020

In the midst of the coronavirus, an epidemic continues to be felt on college campuses– it is sexual violence.


Commentary: Gentrification: all that glitters is not gold

By | Oct 27, 2020

When gentrification happens within a community, it leads to the displacement of long-term residents who are not able to benefit from the new changes.