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Paula Ioanide, professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (CSCRE), was one of the faculty members who contributed to the creation of the CSCRE major.

IC to offer major in culture, race and ethnicity studies

By Alyshia Korba, Assistant News Editor April 15, 2021
Ithaca College will be offering its first major in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (CSCRE) to be available in Fall 2021.
CSCRE major program will put diversity at the forefront

CSCRE major program will put diversity at the forefront

By The Ithacan February 20, 2020
In pursuing the adaptation of a new major program in CSCRE, the college is exemplifying the dedication of its funds to bettering student education.
Senior Diana Mejia works on a Pixar pitch calling for the enactment of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity’s newest major to be implemented at a campus discussion Feb. 6.

CSCRE holds event to discuss ideas for development of major

By Julie Dannevig, Staff Writer February 19, 2020
On Feb. 6, Ithaca College students and faculty filled Clark Lounge as they discussed, questioned and worked to develop the CSCRE major.
Asma Barlas, professor in the Department of Politics, writes about her experience as the founding director of the Ithaca College Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity.

Commentary: CSCRE promotes intersectional dialogue

By Asma Barlas October 23, 2019
Anti-racist work in the academy pivots between a politics of resistance and recognition.
Iokepa Casumbal-Salazar, assistant professor at the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, led a discussion event “The Future, Still: Constellations of Indigenous Resurgence,” as the first installment of the CSCREs 2018-19 discussion series.

Professor discusses issues faced by indigenous peoples

By Alexis Manore, Staff Writer October 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.
Mahogany Browne, a poet, read her poetry and answered questions as apart of the Imminent Generation Discussion Series through the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity, on April 4 in Klingenstein Lounge.

Poet visits the college to discuss Generation Z for CSCRE series

By Bianca Mestiza, Staff Writer April 5, 2017
“You ain’t supposed to want no dream that big. You ain’t supposed to dream at all,” said Mahogany L. Browne, reading from her poem “Black Girl Magic.”
CSCRE director Belisa Gonzalez introduces local youth activists Clara Swartwout, Maya Fish, and Julian Pan at the latest CSCRE discussion series event titled “Acting Locally: Organizing from the Perspective of Generation Z.

CSCRE holds disccusion panel featuring local youth activists

By Meaghan McElroy, Staff Writer March 4, 2017
“It’s a lot easier to be against something when the rest of the world is against you,” Malcolm said.

College Briefs March 2

March 1, 2017

Changes in place for Fall 2017 class registration processes Ithaca College has made changes to Fall 2017 registration, which begins April 4. In an effort to ease the stress and anticipation during the...

Jessica Dunning-Lozano, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, spoke about the studies she did when she was teaching in Texas, a state that requires public schools to provide Disciplinary Alternative Education Programs, and their impact on low-income communities and communities of color.

CSCRE series talks about impact of disciplinary education programs

By Falyn Stempler, Staff Writer February 13, 2017
Dunning-Lozano said she hopes the findings she revealed make people uncomfortable and encourage them to rethink the disciplinary policies for youth.
Morris will speak Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge.

Q&A: Social justice scholar Monique Morris to visit campus Nov. 15

By Meaghan McElroy, Staff Writer November 14, 2016
Morris will present her speech, "Toward a Liberative Construction of Safety and Healing in Schools: Responding to the School Pushout of Black Girls," Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge.
Art associate professor Nydia Blas’ work “The Girls Who Spun Gold” displays a remake of her childhood room at the Handwerker Gallery until Oct. 12. Her exhibit attempted to portray notions of sexuality, racism and gender discrimination through the lives of half a dozen young girls.

Artists displays photo series at IC on race, sexuality and gender

By Devon Bedoya, Contributing Writer September 26, 2016
“I’m so filled with awe and amazement,” said Ozolins. “This work is incredible. She’s done some really amazing things.”
Derek Adams, assistant professor in the Department of English, talks to the audience at the Nov. 11, 2015 teach-in in Textor. Adams was one of three faculty members that POC at IC demanded receive immediate tenure.

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

By Grace Elletson, Staff Writer March 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.
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