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October 21, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

College reflects on seed grant projects from 2017-18 academic year

By | Oct 29, 2018

With the application deadline approaching for 2018–19 President’s Seed Grant Initiative, the college hosted a fair to reflect on previous projects.

Professor discusses issues faced by indigenous peoples

By | Oct 1, 2018

Ithaca College’s Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity held a discussion Sept. 26 about indigenous people in society and infringements on their land.

CSCRE event focuses on intersectionality of LGBTQ media coverage

By | Feb 8, 2018

Luca Maurer, director LGBT Education, Outreach & Services Center, gave a presentation Feb. 6 which discussed the role of intersectionality in activism.

First CSCRE speaker of the year focuses on intersectional feminism

By | Sep 27, 2017

Brittney Cooper kicked off her talk “Patriarchy Still a Problem? An Intersectional Interrogation” in a humorous fashion.

Commentary: Class issues absent from higher education

By | Apr 26, 2017

Like many private colleges, the students from wealth families are overrepresented at IC, while lower middle class and poor people are underrepresented.

Newly tenured IC professors do not include POC at IC’s picks

By | Mar 2, 2016

The list of professors at Ithaca College who were awarded tenure for 2015–16 was announced Feb. 21. However, missing from the list were the names of the professors that POC at IC demanded be given immediate tenure.

Ithaca College trustees announce content of winter meetings

By | Feb 23, 2016

In meetings held the week of Feb. 8, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees met to discussed the selection of a new president, efforts to further the initiative of developing a new shared governance system at the college and measures to improve diversity and inclusion.

ITHACA TODAY Tuesday, Oct. 15

By The Ithacan | Oct 15, 2013

Your daily guide to all things Ithaca.

CSCRE speaker discusses language

By | Sep 19, 2013

Paula M.L. Moya, associate professor in the Department of English at Stanford University, discussed the language of race, Tuesday night in Emerson Suites.

UCLA professor discusses violence against women

By | Apr 2, 2013

Michelle Erai, assistant professor of gender studies at UCLA and co-founder of Incite! Women of Color Against Violence, held a discussion about violence against women titled “If I Win, I Might Tattoo My Face — Mike Tyson as Maori Artifact” Monday.