Ithaca College responded to the United States Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX.
Our prevention efforts, and the culture of reporting we are working diligently to promote, are so that we can gain more information about and further address this problem.
The Bias Impact Response System is the best step in the right direction to make students feel safer on campus and to improve community relations.
An discussion will be held for students to discuss the news regarding the sexual abuse allegations against Ithaca College President Collado.
Senior writer Ana Borruto sat down with Koenig to discuss her first semester in this role, her future goals as Title IX Coordinator and her thoughts on the #MeToo movement.
A new development project in progress with the City of Ithaca could add housing, entertainment and restaurants to the former Emerson Transmission Power Plant property, a 95-acre plot on South Hill near the Ithaca College campus.
Ithaca College’s office of Title IX will receive an increase in funding for the 2016–17 academic year. Having previously received money on an as-needed basis, Fall 2016 marks the first time that Title IX will have a cemented budget.
Standing in the cold for four hours was not how now-senior Nolan Elias planned his night to end one day in late October 2013. After being asked to leave his dorm, he spent his night wandering campus trying to find a place to sleep.
A work group formed in October 2015 between Residential Life and Public Safety is currently focusing on the creation of a community review board to make decisions about concerns regarding Public Safety.