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October 7, 2022
Ithaca, NY | 58°F

Editorial: Unionization of local workers is a cause for celebration

By | Apr 15, 2022

We must applaud our community’s efforts within the City of Ithaca to actualize utopian ideas.


Editorial: Importance of unionization needs to be recognized

By | Feb 16, 2022

In the age of pestilence, death and sorrow, the most serious danger arises not from the loss of human life but the loss of what makes us human.


Commentary: College’s action against contingent faculty impacts students

By firing these three professors, the administration has communicated once again that it does not have the best interests of students in mind.


Commentary: Labor lawsuit against college remains active

By | Apr 5, 2017

Never knowing if we will be brought back from one year to another makes it hard to plan our lives and fully support our students and our families.


Editorial: More progress lies ahead with contingent faculty

By The Ithacan | Mar 29, 2017

It’s clear that dragging out negotiations with the current administration beyond the grueling 17-month process would have accomplished little more.


Commentary: What it’s like to negotiate with IC administration

By | Mar 22, 2017

Instead of seriously engaging with our proposals, our leadership has tried to clamp down on the prospect of progress at IC through intimidation.


Open Letter: College expresses support for free speech

By | Mar 8, 2017

To reiterate, there is nothing in the letter that is intended to limit free speech or is contrary to existing policies at Ithaca College.


College bargaining committee provides update on negotiations

On February 24, the college made a proposal to the part-time unit to increase compensation by 14.3% over four years.


Cornell graduate student union supports IC contingent faculty

We recognize that all labor actions by our colleagues and professors at Ithaca College are actions against the corporatization of higher education in the US.


Editorial: Students should support unions in potential strike

By The Ithacan | Feb 15, 2017

If it must come down to it, the campus community should support contingent professors if they go on strike.


Open Letter: Jewish studies program stands with union

Our teaching needs, and therefore our students’ interests, are best served by faculty working under just conditions.


Open Letter: Chemistry department supports faculty unions

Ithaca College and our department depend on their work every semester and this need is not likely to diminish in the foreseeable future.