Students on campuses across the United States are demanding their schools become sanctuary campuses following Donald Trump’s election.
We are disheartened and frustrated at the adversarial tone, misleading allegations, and willingness to disrupt the learning environment for our students.
“We’ve had dialogue about the issues,” Burroughs said. “They’re either stalling or not doing their work, and we’re not going to tolerate that.”
Ithaca College held a community gathering to discuss the violent tragedies that took place in the world over the summer and to foster a sense of togetherness among the college community.
After nearly a year of negotiations, the Ithaca College part-time faculty union and the administration are still negotiating the most complex contract elements: benefits, wages and job security. Each side feels differently about the progress that’s being made.
Ithaca College students delivered a petition with 468 signatures, showing their support for contingent faculty unionization, to Nancy Pringle, senior vice president and general counsel for the Division of Human and Legal Resources, on April 27.
The AGB conducted a study in 2010 of 507 colleges and universities that revealed 70.8 percent of public institutions include at least one undergraduate student on their board, compared to only 20.1 percent of private institutions.