Junior Kris DiNardi’s dinner plans for Dec. 6 did not turn out the way she had expected.
Dunning-Lozano said she hopes the findings she revealed make people uncomfortable and encourage them to rethink the disciplinary policies for youth.
Attendees raised issues about applying for jobs as an international student, renewing visas, and the constitutionality of the executive orders.
I am really excited that this is a change a lot of the students wanted to make, and I am glad we are catering towards those interests,” Guter said.
John Kadar, president and co-owner of Ithaca Dispatch, said he is not worried about the potential arrival of Uber and Lyft because of pre-emptive measures his company has taken.
Frustration overwhelmed some Ithaca College students while they watched the 2016 election results unfold, knowing they did not contribute a vote.
“We were looking at a variety of upgrades to the terminal,” Stamm said. “It looks modern from the outside, but it does need upgrades from the inside.”