Nalani Haueter, president of Hillel at the college, said the Jewish community wants to organize more solidarity movements.
Just four questions were asked during the Q&A portion of a diversity and inclusion panel held Sept. 13. Among them was an anonymously submitted question about how the administration would continue to prioritize these initiatives amid high administrative turnover.
The Ithaca College Faculty Council passed two Academic Policy Committee (APC) proposals at its September meeting. One aims to ensure student anonymity in student evaluations, and the other attempts to quicken the approval process for APC policies.
Author Marla Brettschneider explored the question “What does it mean to be Jewish?” when speaking to Ithaca College students and faculty on Jewish communities in Africa.
Rebecca Lesses, Jewish studies professor at Ithaca College, will be going to Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany this coming year to continue her research on Jewish magic through a fellowship she received from the Ministry of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Bruce D. Haynes, associate professor of sociology and African-American and Africana studies at the University of California, Davis, spoke on March 25 on the events that have shaped black and Jewish identities and elements that characterize the relationship between them.
William Jacobson, clinical professor and director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell University, has filed an IRS whistleblower complaint against the American Studies Association.