The Ithaca College bargaining committee has posted the most comprehensive wage and job security proposal for the contingent faculty unions to date.
Instead of seriously engaging with our proposals, our leadership has tried to clamp down on the prospect of progress at IC through intimidation.
The union has decided not to release the total number of votes cast because we do not intend to play into the hand of the administration.
Students from Ithaca College and members of the Tompkins County Workers’ Center rallied for the second time this week to support the contingent faculty unions.
On Feb. 19, Ithaca College published a list of facts and questions that community members might have about a potential contingent faculty strike.
But, the Union leaders broke one of the fundamental laws of the playing field: they made their own rules, and told everyone something else.