Sophomore Jen Segal’s room looks like almost any other dorm at Ithaca College — a few posters on the wall, a desk neatly organized in the corner and cheetah print sheets.
Those making a trip to Ithaca’s Inlet this weekend will see a different scene than the usual bustle of restaurants and businesses on the West End. Ithaca musician Tom Olson plays his guitar at the Rhiner Festival in 2009. The festival celebrates the history of the city’s Rhine area in the 1920s. Instead, the neighborhood…
Following a year of demonstrations from students and Ithaca residents, Sodexo dining hall employees have won the battle for a campus-wide living wage at Ithaca College. But students and employees are still looking for more changes.
After nearly a year of demonstrations from students and Ithaca residents, Ithaca College announced that Sodexo will raise hourly wages for dining hall employees at the college.
After nearly a year of discussion and collaboration among many departments of the college, the IC20/20 Steering Committee wrote a final draft of the proposal and presented it to faculty, students and staff at Ithaca College this week.
Though media often portrays social networking sites as having a negative influence on college students, a recent study from Cornell University found using Facebook could boost self-esteem.
In an effort to promote a living wage for all Sodexo employees at Ithaca College, students and members of the Ithaca community are joining forces for the Labor Initiative in Promoting Solidarity’s “Week of Action.”
After Ithaca College sophomore Shane Galley had difficulty footing his tuition bill for school, he took off the second semester of his freshman year to work and earn money to pay for college. Since returning to campus, Galley picked up working 20 to 25 hours a week at Starbucks to save for school.