Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) has transitioned to remote learning for a week after a COVID-19 cluster was discovered.
There are 57 active COVID-19 cases in Tompkins County as of Sept. 2. This is the largest single-day increase in the county since the pandemic began.
Officials from Ithaca College, Cornell University and Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3), presented plans for Fall 2020 at a virtual town hall Aug. 18.
Collado said she wanted the campus community, not just the board, to have the opportunity to listen in on conversations regarding higher education.
Steve Whiting goes about his day like most Ithaca College students: He studies in IC Square, walks to class through Textor Hall and says hello to his peers. However, at 57 years old, with trimmed gray hair and a briefcase, Whiting could easily be mistaken for a professor.
“Black lives matter.”
“I can’t breathe.”
“No justice, no peace, no racist police.”
Around 300 people chanted these phrases during a Black Lives Matter solidarity march Oct. 24 that started from the Bernie Milton Pavilion on The Commons and went down Seneca and Tioga Streets to Beverly J. Martin Elementary School.