Ithaca College students who are members of or allies to the LGBTQ community will be honored April 12 at the Rainbow Reception.
Gayeski should display the poster in the lobby and let students stop to ponder it and strike up nuanced conversations with their friends about pressing media issues.
WorkOUT is an event that actively celebrates the intersection of LGBTQ and fitness culture, an initiative that is precisely what the center should be doing.
By organizing and continuing to help with the festival, Okumu is doing her part to encourage and foster the growth of the incoming generation of future filmmakers.
Ultimately, while the college would benefit from increased political debate on campus, the executive order is doing little to nothing in the way of accomplishing that.
While the new dining services have the potential to revolutionize dining on campus, with that also comes the risk of worsening the program.
Ultimately, building this new living community is demonstrative of the Office of Residential Life’s understanding of first-generation students’ needs.
In light of this shift in the type of feedback the committee is requesting, the campus community should be aware that the strategic plan is hitting a crucial point in its development process.
Ultimately, diversifying the speakers that come to the Park School and interacting with its students to the same degree the CSCRE does will aid students in becoming better content producers.
Moving forward, Dining Services should extend this initiative to all dining halls and keep these anti-contamination areas open during all hours.