The Ithacan produces a weekly segment called “Snap Judgment,” which gathers students’ thoughts and opinions about a particular topic.
Many first-generation college students deal with roadblocks during their college career, but their struggles are often overlooked, according to panelists who discussed their experiences at the First-Generation Faculty and Student Discussion Panel at noon March 31.
What I didn’t imagine was spending every free second sitting at my desk reading chapters upon chapters of textbooks and slowly checking tasks off my never-ending to-do list.
Every post that I make will follow the journey in trying to stay as fit as possible through a time that is difficult for most. Stay strong freshmen: We’re going to make it through.
Every morning, Bob McCune, 87, drinks coffee made by his wife, Alice McCune. After he’s done, he checks his assignments on Sakai and gets ready to drive to campus and attend his Ideas and Ideologies class in Williams Hall at Ithaca College.
Around 11 p.m. May 25, 2014, Lawrence*, then an Ithaca College sophomore, was tackled by an officer from the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management, while another forced his hands behind his back because he did not take his hands out of his pockets.