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Deja View - Pride (2014)

‘Deja View’ – “Pride” (2014)

September 14, 2022

Co-hosts Sydney Brumfield and Therese Kinirons kick off their new series focusing on queer media by discussing “Pride” (2014). Tune in to hear about this touching narrative and incredible characters.

Summer Briefs 2022

Summer Briefs 2022

By The Ithacan August 24, 2022

Ithaca Festival returned in June after two year COVID-19 delay The Ithaca Festival returned to the community after two years of cancellations because of the COVID-19 pandemic with its traditional parade...

Editorial: Importance of unionization needs to be recognized

Editorial: Importance of unionization needs to be recognized

By The Ithacan February 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.
Members of the Ithaca community protest unfair working conditions for GreenStar workers during a picket Sept. 15. Employees from other local businesses are also in the process of forming unions.

Ithaca workers hope to unionize amid national movements

By Madison Fernandez, News Editor October 31, 2019
Ithaca is often ranked as one of the most liberal cities in the United States but the community is not immune to labor rights issues.
From left, John Longtin, an SEIU representative, and Pete Jones, the administration’s lawyer, sign a union  contract March 26. The union is asking the college to adopt a law that would give faculty paid family leave.

Contingent faculty to vote to ratify union contract April 6–7

By Sophie Johnson, Assistant News Editor April 5, 2017
The Ithaca College contingent faculty union will vote to ratify its first contract April 6 and 7.
Ithaca College contingent faculty members celebrate as they reach an agreement with the administration regarding contracts during a bargaining session on March 27.

UPDATE: Contingent faculty union discloses details on contract

By Grace Elletson, News Editor March 26, 2017
In the basement of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center at 11:15 p.m., the contingent faculty unions were at first silent, some faculty in disbelief.
A protestor holds a sign at the Feb. 24 rally held by the Ithaca College contingent faculty unions. The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management have threatened legal action against the unions if they continue to protest at the front entrances of the college.

Public Safety warns union representative of legal action

By Grace Elletson, News Editor March 2, 2017
The Ithaca College Office of Public Safety has sent a letter to the college’s contingent faculty unions threatening action up to “legal proceedings."
Contingent faculty held a teach-in Sept. 6 to educate the campus community about  their experiences working at Ithaca College and the unionization process.

Contingent faculty teach-in held to educate campus community

By Justin Henry, Staff Writer September 7, 2016
About 35 part- and full-time contingent faculty members and students at Ithaca College attended a teach-in presented by members of the contingent faculty union on Sept. 6 to hear updates on their experiences at the college and the unionization process.

NCAA labor unions will shift big-time athletic programs

By Andrew Kristy, Columnist April 2, 2014
Columnist Andrew Kristy provides his opinion concerning the first NCAA player union.

The trouble with nuclear winter

By Alex Holt November 17, 2011
As you all know, MLB and the MLBPA are apparently close to a new labor deal. What's that, you say? You didn't know? Don't worry, you're not alone. MLB's labor negotiations have largely gone under the radar mediawise. And since conflict usually generates "juicier" news than when people get along, there's not an awful lot…
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