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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Union responds to college’s statement on possible strike

The contingent faculty union responds to the administration’s statement, which followed the unions’ announcement of a strike date.

College sends information on union strike to campus constituents

Students, faculty and staff received an email from the administration on March 10 with details about a possible strike.

College releases statement after unions announce strike date

Following the unions’ announcement of a strike date, Ithaca College released a statement about the negotiations.

Open Letter: College expresses support for free speech

By | Mar 8, 2017

To reiterate, there is nothing in the letter that is intended to limit free speech or is contrary to existing policies at Ithaca College.

Contingent faculty responds to Public Safety letter

We challenge Chief Kerry to produce evidence that traffic was stopped because the entrance to the college was blocked by protesters.

Open Letter: Female leaders deserve community support

By | Mar 1, 2017

Dear Ithaca College Community,
An incredible moment of transition and hope has descended upon our campus this past week and we are happy to be welcoming our ninth president Dr.

College bargaining committee provides update on negotiations

On February 24, the college made a proposal to the part-time unit to increase compensation by 14.3% over four years.

Contingent faculty responds to latest negotiations

As usual, the administration has released information about the bargaining process that contains several misleading or outright false statements.

Cornell graduate student union supports IC contingent faculty

We recognize that all labor actions by our colleagues and professors at Ithaca College are actions against the corporatization of higher education in the US.

Open Letter: Jewish studies program stands with union

Our teaching needs, and therefore our students’ interests, are best served by faculty working under just conditions.

Open Letter: Chemistry department supports faculty unions

Ithaca College and our department depend on their work every semester and this need is not likely to diminish in the foreseeable future.

College bargaining committee responds to strike vote results

The Ithaca College bargaining team is disappointed that the contingent faculty unions have announced that they have voted to authorize a strike.