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July 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: SGC productivity lapse neglects student issues

By | Nov 16, 2016

Having just one bill so far this semester reflects a significant drop in productivity for a group whose purpose is to represent the needs of the student body.

College Briefs Nov. 9

By The Ithacan | Nov 9, 2016

College launches national search for new Career Services director
Ithaca College has begun a national search for a new executive director of the Office of Career Services.

Editorial: College must recognize harm of microaggressions

By | May 4, 2016

While most microaggressions are unintentional, the negative impact they have on students must be acknowledged.

Ithaca College students seek to preserve free speech

By | Apr 19, 2016

“Make tuition free.” “Bernie 2k16.” “I’m late for class to write on a ball.” These are a few of the many messages scrawled in Sharpie across a giant beach ball inside the Campus Center on April 11.

Editorial: Microaggression mishap warrants conversation

By The Ithacan | Mar 30, 2016

The best response is not finger-pointing or censorship, but free and open conversation.

Ithaca College clarifies progress and holdups on diversity plan

By , | Mar 23, 2016

In a recent announcement, the college laid out parts of the diversity action plan that are on track — such as developing a Fall 2016 campus-climate survey — and parts of the plan that are falling behind — such as developing a community review board for the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

Annual Ithaca College speaker discusses microaggressions

By | Mar 9, 2016

Derald Wing Sue presented on the topic of microaggressions and their occurrence in higher education as the keynote speaker at the college’s seventh annual Engaging Communities Luncheon March 8.

Perplexing pre-flight instruction

By | Feb 3, 2016

I’ve got an arsenal of airplane and airport mishap stories: Some are hilarious, others are unfortunate, and a select few leave you thinking, “Are you kidding me?”

Rochon’s comments indicate incompetence and disconnection

By | Dec 2, 2015

Verbal violence from the lips of the president indicate a lack of connection and compassion for students, faculty, and staff experiences at Ithaca College.

Commentary: Alumna addresses racial issues with 2011 research

By | Oct 28, 2015

It is possible to build a community where ALANA students feel safe, supported and respected. This comes through an action-based approach.

Update: Fallout continues from controversial Blue Sky kickoff

By | Oct 21, 2015

Ithaca College students and faculty members are upset following the Blue Sky Reimagining Kick-Off event, which they are calling racist and exclusive. The kick-off has some faculty questioning the entire initiative.

Stigma surrounding mental illness needs to be eliminated

By | Oct 7, 2015

It is exasperating, sometimes, that we need specified days to remind us to take action to prevent hurting other human beings.