“It leaves out in the dust students who look at the opportunity and conclude they don’t have the means to be able to work for free,” Yamada said.
At Ithaca College, some students use fake IDs to purchase alcohol and go to bars in the town. Students have said they will not change their habits despite these increased sweeps.
Swensen said he thinks it is a good idea to delay the search until Collado’s arrival, especially considering her experience with diversity initiatives.
Protesters carried signs with phrases ranging from “Respect Existence or Expect Resistance” to “My Ovaries Are Over It” to “Build Bridges, Not Walls.”
Now in his first semester as director of energy management and sustainability at Ithaca College, Greg Lischke says he plans to increase student involvement in sustainability programs and that the college has some renewable energy projects in early stages.