I wanted to provide the campus community with some information and reassurances following the Sept. 2 Commentary by Matan Berman.
Malcolm & Marie isn’t Oscar-worthy, but I couldn’t help but notice the review’s inaccuracies. The author’s analysis seemed based upon a single watch.
As a second-year member of this community, I have experienced the changes taking place to make Lighthouse accessible to all students on campus.
This legislation tells students of color: not only are you a part of the Ithaca College community, you are an integral part of this community.
This first instinct of non-Jewish people to have to know our politics on Israel is extremely problematic and creates an imposed binary of “good” and “bad” Jews.
I also hesitated to say anything because Muslims who support the right of Palestinian people to their homes and homeland are invariably dubbed anti-Semitic.
“The college professor is the last leisure class in America.” Why not reduce your payroll by requiring each professor to add one course to their workload?
The students want these support services and with the students being 88% of the revenue source, the students will have to pick up 88% of the tab.