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From left, members from Women Empowered, Women in Computing and Ithaca College Girl Up show off their power stances in support of the empowerment of women on campus.

Women empowerment organizations at IC create a network of support

By Lisbeth Perez, Staff Writer November 30, 2016
Women in Computing, one of several clubs at Ithaca College concentrates on the empowerment of women.
Presentation and Graphic Design, an integrated marketing communications course, meets April 12 in the Roy H. Park School of Communications. IMC is one of many media majors at Ithaca College that is dominated by women, care-related majors also tend to be women-dominated.

Women dominate certain majors at Ithaca College

By Rachel Langlitz and Sophia Tulp April 12, 2016
Women make up the majority of students at Ithaca College and tend to dominate care-related and media majors at the college and in the workforce. However, some students and experts agree that this majority can cause negative stereotypes and implications for female workers.

International Women’s Day: What is it and Why We Still Need it

By Christina Tudor March 8, 2016

Happy International Women’s Day! Let’s talk about the importance of this day. Although it is 2016, we are still far away from gender equality considering the widening gender wage gap, prevalence...

Senior Courtney Brown brought the Elect Her workshop to Ithaca College for the first time last year. Applications for students interested in this years program will be available later this month.

Elect Her campaign works to increase female leadership involvement

By Alexa Salvato, Contributing Writer December 4, 2013
To encourage young women to run for government positions and create an opportunity to make the Student Government Association more reflective of Ithaca College’s student body, the college will host its second annual “Elect Her: Campus Women Win” workshop.

Letter to the Editor: Peggy Ryan Williams responds to coverage of gender pay gap

By Peggy Ryan Williams December 13, 2012
Bravo on the Nov. 29 editorial, “Time to Market Gender Balance.”
Gender wage gap concerns students

Gender wage gap concerns students

By Gerald Doherty, Staff Writer November 8, 2012
A study by the American Association of University Women published in October found that college-educated women working full time make an average of 82 percent of their male counterparts’ salaries just one year after graduation.
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