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Patricia Rodriguez, associate professor in the Department of Politics and Latin American Studies coordinator, helped develop the politics grant.

Three students receive grant to do political activism

By Hannah Fitzpatrick, Contributing Writer February 16, 2018
Three students were awarded a grant to engage in political activism by the Department of Politics on Feb. 2.
Editorial: Colleges efforts to support Mahad Olad are admirable

Editorial: College’s efforts to support Mahad Olad are admirable

February 14, 2018
The faculty and staff coordinated Olad’s arrival and made sure he would be financially secure while staying at the college. Their efforts should be recognized.
Peyi Soyinka-Airewele, professor and chair of the politics department, is the daughter of Nobel Prize winner Wole Soyinka who promised to leave the United States if Donald Trump was elected president.

Politics chair discusses nobel prize-winning father’s US exodus

By Erin Conway, Staff Writer February 20, 2017
Wole Soyinka, the father of Ithaca College professor Peyi Soyinka-Airewele, was the first African writer to win a Nobel Prize in literature.

Open Letter: Politics professors support union efforts

By Ithaca College Department of Politics December 19, 2016
We call on the administration to ensure that adjunct faculty per-credit pay for teaching is equitably based on that of full-time contingent faculty.
Derek Adams, assistant professor in the Department of English, speaks to approximately 200 people in Textor 102 at the teach-in Nov. 19.

Faculty hold teach-in on Rochon vote of no confidence

By Ana Borruto, Staff Writer November 22, 2015
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.
Faculty members hold signs and chant Tom Rochon: No confidence  during the Oct. 27 meeting in the Athletics and Events Center.

Faculty no confidence teach-in scheduled for Thursday

By Sophia Tulp, Staff Writer November 17, 2015
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.
Members of the Ithaca College faculty chant Tom Rochon, no confidence along with students who took stage at the “Addressing Community Action on Racism and Cultural Bias” event in the A&E Center Oct. 27.

Ithaca College faculty discuss no confidence vote in president

By Aidan Quigley, News Editor October 28, 2015
Members of the Ithaca College faculty are discussing holding a vote of no confidence in President Tom Rochon.

College Briefing: Jan. 22

January 21, 2015
TCAT route adds new Circle Apartments stop, Professor receives grant to create Pakistani play, and more
From left, President Tom Rochon and Nancy Pringle, vice president and general counsel, attend the Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce meeting.

SGA task force meets to discuss microaggressions

By Faith Meckley, Staff Writer April 30, 2014
Students, faculty, staff and administration attended a presentation hosted by the Ithaca College Student Government Association about the ongoing issue of microaggressions on campus April 25 in Textor 102 — the third of its kind and the first that administrators have attended.
Students gathered on Sept. 29 for a candlelight vigil honoring the victims of the Westgate mall shooting.

Students pay tribute to Westgate victims

By Jack Curran, Online News Editor October 2, 2013
The Ithaca College African Students Association held a candlelight vigil on Sept. 29 in honor of the victims of the Westgate Mall shooting.
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