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December 3, 2022
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Psychology minors face registration struggles because of low course offerings

By | Nov 30, 2022

Faculty cuts in the Ithaca College Department of Psychology have left many students minoring in psychology struggling to register for Spring 2023 classes and meet the requirements needed to graduate. 


Faculty Council talks morale, benefits and student retention

By | Sep 7, 2022

At the first faculty council meeting of the 2022-23 academic year, the council discussed ongoing issues from the 2021-22 academic year and future plans.


Column: Registration is a struggle

By | Nov 17, 2021

The cutting of several faculty and staff members has made it significantly harder for students to find a seat in classes they were so excited to sign up for


Editorial: Giving Day success comes at an inappropriate time

By | May 6, 2021

The college did not have any issue starting an open flow of communication with its constituents when asking for money prior to Giving Day.


Commentary: IC Reorganization Requires Transparency and Inclusiveness in Decision Making Processes

By | Apr 8, 2021

The realignment of schools, departments and programs needs to be based on the imagination of those who teach, think, research and write — faculty.


Prospective students express mixed responses to APP

By | Apr 8, 2021

Some prospective students have concerns about the effects of the cuts, while others feel the cuts will not have an impact on their futures at the college.


Commentary: Prospective students deserve transparency

By | Mar 24, 2021

Looking around at a college changed by a pandemic, economic decline and administrative negligence, I wonder if I would have made the same decision.


Faculty Senate calls for support for terminated faculty and staff

By | Mar 18, 2021

The Humanities and Sciences (H&S) Faculty Senate drafted a resolution that calls for the college to provide resources for terminated faculty members.


Recentering the conversation

By | Mar 17, 2021

The number of BIPOC faculty being cut is not the only issue. Racist professors still having a job and being protected by tenure needs to be addressed.


Commentary: Reframing Ithaca College’s vision

By | Mar 16, 2021

The administration’s commitment to disaster capitalism has permanently divided our community. Our wounds are deep; they will not be easily healed. 


Commentary: Why tenure is an institutional value

By The Ithacan | Mar 16, 2021

As we watch our community reeling from the current cuts, we should be invested in unambiguously defending tenure as a cherished institutional value.


Q&A: Administration speaks about APP and faculty cuts

By | Mar 5, 2021

Collado and Cornish spoke about the campus community’s reactions to the changes and the APP process moving forward.