Fraternities have become so powerful over time that they are hardly held accountable for the crimes they commit.
As the Supreme Court re-evaluates Affirmative Action, Ithaca College grapples with the debate surrounding race-based opportunities in its own community.
At Ithaca College in 2021, there were increased reports of domestic violence, stalking, aggravated assault and fondling, according to the 2022 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report.
As a survivor of both sexual harassment and sexual assault, it has been extremely disheartening to see how the college has supported and enabled abusers and offered minimal support to survivors.
The collegiate justice system continues to fail students as non-comprehensive policy succeeds and supportive representation from the Title IX office remains in question.
Emma Taylor ’21 is one of many students who never won their Title IX hearing, never received protection and feels that the collegiate justice system has failed them.
With Ketanji Brown Jackson on the verge of being the latest justice to join the Supreme Court, members of the IC community are voicing their support.
A recent policy update to the U.S. Department of Education’s Title IX process will better support Ithaca College students with trauma-related needs