Around 200 people attended the event, filling all the seats in the room, and those who couldn’t find a seat lined up along the walls.
Rochon seems to be digging himself deeper into a hole of contradictions and continues to avoid the very issues that put him on the defensive.
Ithaca College part-time faculty have expressed disappointment about being excluded from the vote of no confidence in President Tom Rochon to be held by Faculty Council and have been in conversation to initiate their own vote.
Rochon’s disinterest in improving the student experience has all but ensured the current climate on South Hill.
A teach-in focusing on the racial climate at Ithaca College, the no confidence votes in President Rochon and other recent campus issues will be held Nov. 19 in Textor 102 during the noon hour.
According to a statement the council released, the vote will be sent out to all eligible faculty voters Nov. 30, and voting will end at 5 p.m. Dec. 11 on SurveyMonkey.