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THE ITHACAN

Editorial: Students call for empathy with mental health issues

Editorial: Students call for empathy with mental health issues

By The Ithacan December 2, 2021
Leniency shouldn’t have dissipated with the return to in-person classes. If anything, this is the time for extensions and sympathy.
Commentary: Restaurant workers need empathy

Commentary: Restaurant workers need empathy

By Emily Guderian November 11, 2021
We need more kindness during one of the hardest times of our lives — over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic. 
To anyone who needs to be listened to, Roswell Ecker ‘18 offers their shoulder. They stated no one is alone in this, and community members deserve to be heard. They can be reached at roswelletal@outlook.com.

Commentary: IC has failed its survivors

By Roswell Ecker March 24, 2021
When Ithaca College announced Dr. Shirley M. Collado as our next president in 2017, I (alongside much of the campus community) was thrilled.
Editorial: Students need to be adhering to social distancing guidelines

Editorial: Students need to be adhering to social distancing guidelines

By The Ithacan November 18, 2020
Students living in Ithaca also need to realize that their actions impact the local community. Even if you live on South Hill, you shop at Wegmans.
Daniel Gwirtzman, assistant professor in the Department of Theatre Arts at Ithaca College, presented at the 22nd Annual National Dance Education Organization Conference.

Q&A: Professor presents at national conference

By John Turner November 9, 2020
Part of the fun of being in the circle is the fact that you do see everybody, and, whether you're holding hands or not, you're part of this community.
 Disability Education, Alliance and Resources at Ithaca College (DEAR@IC), a club that aims to form a community for people with disabilities and their allies, writes as a collective on how remote learning affects those with disabilities.

Commentary: Online learning is not equitable for everyone

By Ari Domeraski and Rachel King October 7, 2020
Empathy at this time is so important — even small gestures can go a long way. Take care of yourselves and each other.
Editorial: Online learning calls for collaboration

Editorial: Online learning calls for collaboration

By The Ithacan September 18, 2020
Only time will tell if the preparation faculty had over the summer for classes this fall will be worthwhile, but it must be a team effort.
Junior Brontë Cook, The Ithacan opinion editor, writes that the Department of Journalism at Ithaca College must include empathy in its teaching.

Commentary: Journalism education must include empathy

By Brontë Cook December 11, 2019
Despite the industry’s general focus on objectivity, our individual perspectives play an essential role in the way we tell stories.
Lets talk about sex (education)

Let’s talk about sex (education)

November 20, 2019
Plain and simple, it’s absurd to neglect our social development in our institutions of education. We could have better.
John Makransky, associate professor in the Theology Department at Boston College, spoke April 26 about how to better exercise sustainable empathy and compassion.

Speaker advises how to bring sustainability to personal relationships

By Olivia King, Staff Writer April 29, 2019
“It seems to be crucial for human beings to experience ourselves as held in care and love," Makransky said. "We need that."
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