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Ithaca College freshman Sam Quinones works a shift at Sodexos cafe in the Roy H. Park School of Communications April 5. Due to New York states increase in minimum wage, this could mean a higher hourly rate but a decrease in hours for many student employees.

Hours for student employees could decrease as wages increase

By Daniel Hart, Staff Writer April 26, 2016
Gerald Hector, vice president for finance and administration, said the college does not yet have a comprehensive plan for how the future minimum wage will be factored into the budget.
Guest commentary: Gillibrands vision provides benefits for women

Guest commentary: Gillibrand’s vision provides benefits for women

By Paula Twomey February 12, 2014

The excitement was palpable as 1 p.m. approached Feb. 3 for those of us waiting to hear U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand speak on campus. At 1:10 p.m., when the side door opened, we all rose to enthusiastically...

The State of the (female) Union

By Katrina Fedczuk February 2, 2014

My god, can the President give a speech.  I’m more than willing to be that he could motivate a group of humans to accomplish things just by reciting words of inspiration.  If only the members of Congress...

Members and supporters of the Tompkins County Workers Center gathered Sept. 17 outside of  the Tompkins County Legislature, rallying for the implementation of a county-wide living wage.

City named certified living-wage employer

By Sage Daugherty, Online News Editor December 4, 2013
After deciding to become a living-wage employer, the City of Ithaca has received official certification from the Tompkins County Workers Center.
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