It does not seem right to solicit one-sided input from their readers.
These are some reasons why I believe faculty must also vote “no confidence in Tom Rochon.”
We believe that the serious attention you have brought to the problems of racism and marginalization at IC is both welcome and long overdue.
It is fantastic to see that students are making their voices heard and that the college is listening.
I am writing in response to Mayor Myrick’s recent endorsement of Senator Hillary Clinton over Senator Bernie Sanders.
There are times, through habituation, long cultural exposure, redundantly repeated usage, that words choose us.
IC, like most educational institutions, has, in decades past, done a poor job educating students about racism and its myriad forms.
It is manifestly untrue that subjects related to diversity and the struggle to create a pluralistic society don’t come up in the history department.
I just wanted to thank you all for your hard work and dedication this past month campaigning for SGA.
Ithaca College’s part-time faculty are going to be voting on whether to unionize in a few weeks.
When I asked a former professor of mine about a future in higher education, she replied: “There isn’t one.
Professor exploitation has long been a problem, but it recently reached a peak in prevalence and severity.