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Ithaca’s Starbucks workers become unionized across entire city

By | Apr 9, 2022

Ithaca has become the first city to have all of its Starbucks locations unionized, after three nearly unanimous votes that were counted April 8.


Ithaca’s Starbucks workers join national fight for labor unions

By | Feb 16, 2022

Junior Gillian Rossbach and sophomore Alyssa Salerno, who are Starbucks employees, have signed a petition to form a labor union at a local Starbucks.


The advantages of entrepreneurial risks in college

By | Oct 24, 2021

Explore the unexplored and never confine yourself to the prescribed script set forth by others simply because it appears safe.


Student calls for patience with dining hall workers

By | Sep 16, 2021

But I hope that they know how grateful I am for all their hard work and all the times they have gone above and beyond for many students on campus.


Labor shortage produces issues throughout campus

By | Sep 16, 2021

After the college furloughed or laid off at least 264 staff members since March 2020, the college is now facing the consequences of being left shorthanded. 


Training series helps students address COVID-19 concerns

By | Mar 11, 2021

The De-escalating COVID-19 Situations meeting series provided students with verbal and nonverbal ways of handling situations in which peers may not be following the college’s COVID-19 guidelines.


Commentary: Community Solidarity is a Necessity — A SHEL Perspective

By | Feb 9, 2021

As a community, I feel we need to do better. Coming home from a long day at work and seeing images of 50-plus kids at a party is a slap in the face.


Terrace Dining Hall faces backup from lack of student staff

By | Sep 19, 2016

Though the Terrace Dining Hall at Ithaca College underwent major renovations this year, it has experienced new problems with staffing and operations. Jeffrey Scott, Sodexo area general manager, said attendance in the dining hall has been up about 10 percent so far this semester, which he said could be attributed to the renovations. However, the dining hall experienced a shortage of student employees and is also missing a chef manager.