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December 4, 2022
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After saying her salary would freeze, President Collado’s compensation rose

Despite claiming multiple times that she froze her salary during the 2019–20 academic year, former Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado’s monthly base compensation increased by $1,039 to $41,17


Editorial: Sustainability at IC continues to deteriorate

By | Feb 16, 2022

we have since seen a deteriorating culture of sustainability at the college. This swift shift from environmentalism to economics is harmful


Editorial: Club sports facing issues with funding and staffing

By | Dec 9, 2021

The issues the club sports are currently facing are issues seen across the campus and they need to be addressed soon. Sports in any form, varsity or club, are vital for students.


Commentary: Radical Communion in the Face of Austerity

We  should be looking to the brilliant, beautiful, steadfast students who are being told these cuts are being made in their names.


Editorial: Is 10 seconds of fame worth years of damage?

By | Feb 25, 2021

It’s been obvious that over the last four months, the administration has not been open to discourse with the campus community.


Commentary: Community needs updates on administrative cuts

By | Feb 23, 2021

The “Shape of the College” document tells the same old story about cutting the faculty without a word about cutting the administration.


Editorial: ‘Shape of the College’ slashes programs and harms people

By | Feb 11, 2021

Perhaps the most alarming aspect of the “Shape of the College” is that those who will be losing their jobs are only being treated as numbers.


Administration expands during Collado’s tenure

By | May 1, 2019

Ithaca College is tasked with balancing the support structures it has created with the high costs that come along with them.


Scholarship programs for marginalized students avoids budget cut

By | May 2, 2017

The New York State Arthur O. Eve HEOP and the CSTEP programs at Ithaca College were able to avoid budget cuts for the 2017–18 fiscal year.