Posted on behalf of Roger "Doc" Richardson, Interim Chief Diversity Officer
Dear Campus Community:
Since I assumed the Interim Chief Diversity Officer position in November 2015, I have witnessed a changing of the seasons. Not only is our Ithaca winter finally becoming brighter, but I have also witnessed a significant shift in some of our campus community members’ attitudes and behaviors.
In the sixteen years that I have been employed at Ithaca College, I have never observed this degree of focus and level of intentionality on the part of the institution to engage in open discussions and implement policies and practices related to issues of diversity and inclusion. I applaud the IC community for their engagement and willingness to contribute to IC’s efforts to help promote a more inclusive campus.
ITHACA, NY—A junior at Ithaca College has earned the distinction of being awarded two prestigious scholarships named for U.S. political and civic leaders. Victor Lopez-Carmen, a pre-med health sciences major, was named both a Udall Scholar and the winner of a ...
A clothing company founded and run by Ithaca College senior Rita Bunatal took home the top prize at the third annual Ithaca College Business Plan Competition.
Malaika Apparel was awarded $20,000 for the first-place finish. It was also the winner of the $500...
A person’s worth is tied to their physical appearance. At least, that’s the message people are bombarded with every day – on television, in magazines, the Internet and virtually everywhere else. Women must be thin but curvy, while men must be masculine and muscular. Those who don’t meet these criteria are often left with negative perceptions of themselves.
ITHACA, NY—Seniors in the Martin Luther King Scholar program at Ithaca College will tell stories of survival, resilience and defiance on Thursday, April 21. Free and open to the public, the program is scheduled for noon in Clark Lounge, Egbert Hall.
Titled “More Than a Story of Oppression,” the presentation will demonstrate...