The typically quiet hallways in the third floor of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center at Ithaca College became crowded and noisy Feb.
While a Climate Action Plan Reassessment Team has been in place since 2017, it must make the current administration’s intentions for sustainability more clear.
The contingent faculty union and student supporters of the Students for Labor Action club have begun occupying the Peggy Ryan Williams Center.
IC Students for Labor Action and the Contingent Faculty Union will be holding a sit-in in the Peggy Ryan Williams Center starting May 2 at noon.
Students held a sit-in to support contingent faculty at Ithaca College, while the Tompkins County Workers’ Center held a rally outside on Feb. 20.
INSIGHT Into Diversity, a magazine dealing with diversity leadership on college campuses, published short statements provided by the two in the April print issue and online in March.
Money given to Ithaca College through the fund does not go to paying salaries, keeping the lights on, and it definitely doesn’t go into Tom Rochon’s pocket despite popular belief.
Ithaca College is still behind on using renewable energy compared to other colleges and universities nationally, despite its recent adoption of solar energy to cover 10 percent of the college’s energy needs.