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Becoming an RA is a way many students lessen the burden of paying for college. While the student employees are given compensation that goes toward room and board, other institutions are paying their RAs more.

Resident Assistants feel that they are underpaid for their work

By Olivia Stanzl, Staff Writer October 5, 2022
The responsibility expected of resident assistants (RAs) at Ithaca College makes some wonder if the benefits are enough.
Members of the Ithaca community protest unfair working conditions for GreenStar workers during a picket Sept. 15. Employees from other local businesses are also in the process of forming unions.

Ithaca workers hope to unionize amid national movements

By Madison Fernandez, News Editor October 31, 2019
Ithaca is often ranked as one of the most liberal cities in the United States but the community is not immune to labor rights issues.
From left, Car Club members freshman Maxwell Rosenblatt, junior Aaron Segal, senior Derran Smith, junior Rob Korfhage and sophomore Alex Koffman stand with cars owned by the members. The club recently added Vashane Rhooms 18 as its adviser.

Car Club hits the road for the academic year

By Maggie McAden, Staff Writer September 24, 2019
After acquiring a new adviser, Car Club is on its way to being officially recognized as a club for the 2019-20 academic year.
Students cheer on the football team as it takes on Buffalo State College on Oct. 11 at Butterfield Stadium.

Ithaca College students travel across nation for favorite professional teams

By Christian Araos, Senior Writer October 22, 2014
Students from Ithaca College have traveled across the nation to support their favorite professional sports teams.

Jumpstart may bridge volunteerism gap among college students

August 27, 2014

A few days before the official move-in day, about 200 incoming Ithaca College freshmen come to campus early to participate in Jumpstart, an annual early arrival program geared toward easing the transition...

No recovery seen in jobs report

By Dylan Maloney February 19, 2014

The Fiscal Times called the January jobs report, released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “strike two,” as it was the second month in a row with disappointing growth in the labor market. The report...

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