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July 26, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 76°F

Recentering the conversation

By | Mar 17, 2021

The number of BIPOC faculty being cut is not the only issue. Racist professors still having a job and being protected by tenure needs to be addressed.


Commentary: Reframing Ithaca College’s vision

By | Mar 16, 2021

The administration’s commitment to disaster capitalism has permanently divided our community. Our wounds are deep; they will not be easily healed. 


Commentary: Why tenure is an institutional value

By The Ithacan | Mar 16, 2021

As we watch our community reeling from the current cuts, we should be invested in unambiguously defending tenure as a cherished institutional value.


Editorial: Data transparency needed to protect faculty diversity

By | Mar 11, 2021

Only 12.2% of faculty members identify as people of color. However, the college does not publicly share this information broken down by faculty rank.


Editorial: Don’t start celebrating yet: COVID-19 is still a danger

By | Mar 11, 2021

The onus falls on us to take accountability and stop hosting superspreader functions, especially as the weather improves.


Commentary: Restaurants need support amid COVID-19 pandemic

By | Mar 10, 2021

The restaurant industry, which thrives on tourism and the ability for people to gather together in a space, has been hit extra hard by the pandemic.


Commentary: Going on a path forward following faculty cuts

It would be strategic for us to work on healing these traumas and learning how to offer each other compassion, even within stark disagreement.


Commentary: Now is a crucial time for shared governance

By | Mar 9, 2021

A robust commitment to collaborative shared governance is needed now to move the college through this dark time and ensure that the college thrives.