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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

February 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

SGC elects new senators for Spring 2018

By | Feb 14, 2018

There are still nine vacant senate positions to fill.

Ithacan’s Shirley Collado story is a mixed bag

By | Jan 28, 2018

What is clear is that the article should be spurring thoughtful discussions about sexual abuse, power and journalistic ethics.

Collado emphasizes commitment to leadership at All-College Gathering

By , | Jan 27, 2018

“I stand here with you, continuing to have the courage to share with you who I am as a person and certainly as your leader,” Collado said.

Letter to the Editor: Former faculty member questions community response

By | Jan 26, 2018

If Ms. Collado was such a strong candidate, the search committee and the board had a responsibility to be forthcoming regarding this issue from her past.

Editorial: Complex discussions must follow news of allegations

By The Ithacan | Jan 25, 2018

The case is undoubtedly complex, meaning our response must be complex and nuanced as well. Anything less would be a moral failure on the part of the campus community.

WATCH: Ithaca College community has mixed reaction to Collado news

By , | Jan 24, 2018

An open letter in support of Collado with 275 signatures from faculty and staff was published online by The Ithacan Jan. 23.

Faculty Council passes motion in support of President Collado

By | Jan 24, 2018

Additionally, members of the college’s administration presented a draft of the new Ithaca College Paid Family Leave Policy (ICPFL).

Letter to the Editor: Head of Park Foundation supports Collado

By | Jan 24, 2018

efore we pass judgment on Dr. Collado’s character, let’s remind ourselves that the accusations arrived anonymously. 

Letter to the Editor: Faculty and staff support Collado

President Collado was transparent throughout the hiring process and beyond, though to varying degrees with different constituencies.

Letter to the Editor: Community cannot dismiss accusations

By | Jan 22, 2018

Ithaca College cannot expect us to trust therapists and medical staff with our most painful traumas if, when we have something inconvenient to say, we are immediately dismissed.

Higher education needs a #MeToo moment

By | Jan 22, 2018

We need to acknowledge that sexual misconduct thrives in academia. And sometimes, it’s institutionally sanctioned.

Letter to the Editor: Transition team supports Collado

We feel fortunate to be working with someone who embodies such professional and personal authenticity.