“The issue is not making more spaces. It’s making them appealing to students,” Kane said. “We need to focus on that.”
While many Ithaca College students are asleep, others begin their work shift. “The Ithacan” interviewed students working “the graveyard shift” at the library, the VIC radio station and Student Auxillary Safety Patrol to gain insight about their late-night lifestyles.
Anne Fadiman, adjunct professor of English at Yale University, will discuss the intimate and personal relationships readers build with books in her presentation titled “Using Bacon as Bookmarks: How Readers Treat Their Books” on Nov. 13 in Emerson Suites.
The Ithaca College library is generally nondescript — students studying, working on papers and completing other academic work. This changed Wednesday evening when a tiger and a crowd in neon spandex danced through the library to LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” to protest a shortage in consumer recycled paper.