Approaching Ithaca Today and An Inside Look, Ithaca College has announced a record-breaking number of applicants for the third year in a row.
From left, junior Aisha Laguna-Merced stands by as freshman Harlem Hopper-Collins signs up to
volunteer for “An Inside Look,” a program to be held April 12 for ALANA students to visit the college.
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In the 15-odd years I’ve been associated with the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity, I’ve spoken from the positionality of an African-, Latino/a, Asian-, Native American person even though I didn’t grow up with this identity or choose it for myself.
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity held an informal workshop, where students and faculty participated in an open dialogue about the language of racial justice.
With the implementation of Ithaca College’s strategic vision, IC 20/20, well under way, several departments are organizing initiatives to tackle the vision’s 11 Diversity Strategic Plan Goals.
Ithaca College’s enrollment of African, Latino, Asian and Native American first-year students was a record-breaking 21.7 percent — up from 19.4 percent last year.