Ultimately, faculty members need to be commended for their work in altering their curricula. This demonstrates what makes the college special.
Students are saying that they want more communication and transparency regarding these faculty cuts. Students are also requesting basic information.
Students living in Ithaca also need to realize that their actions impact the local community. Even if you live on South Hill, you shop at Wegmans.
Clearly, this is something no one wants to see happen. Shared governance can be achieved. The college is just making it more difficult.
The hills that Ithaca College and Cornell University sit on distance students from the community not only physically but psychologically as well.
This election will affect students for years to come, and it is imperative that young adults vote if they want to have a say in their future.
Throughout the years, different groups have siloed themselves from one another on all levels. Students typically stay within their respective schools.