It’s up to us to change the industry and that starts with where we learn and grow, right here at Ithaca College.
I’m proud to see fellow queer students fighting against harassment and discrimination and pushing for more visibility on campus. It’s a very difficult space to be in and there aren’t easy solutions.
A chapter of Keshet, a national organization that advocates for the equality and inclusion of LGBTQ people in Jewish life, has been established at the college.
Curated by senior x senn-yuen rance, “Who is Me?” features students and alumni of the college and is on display at the Tompkins County Public Library.
Although well-intentioned, this line of thinking is far from perfect — in fact, we found multiple issues with the “diversity” perspective of the ICC.
Intersectionali-Tea Time is a new meeting series that provides students with a platform for discussion on social equality issues such as affirmative action and white privilege.