Join LGBT Center Intern and Sex Educator Hilary Wermers for this interactive workshop exploring the intersections of consent and pleasure. We will be discussing the ways these two components of sexual health and inform and amplify one another. All participants will gain valuable knowledge and skills to apply in future relationships and sexual encounters! Hilary Wermers is a graduate intern with the Center for LGBTQ Education, Outreach and Services.
Meet Dr. Isha and Dr. Faris, physicians partnering with IC's LGBT Center as part of Cayuga Medical Center's Health Equity Initiative.
The Park Center for Independent Media (PCIM) at Ithaca College will present the 13th annual Izzy Award “for outstanding achievement in independent media” on Thursday, April 27, at 7:00 p.m. EDT.
The ceremony will honor the winners, who will each discuss their intrepid work in 2020. The recipients are Truthout, represented by Editor-in-Chief Maya Schenwar; Liliana Segura; and Tim Schwab.
To attend the virtual ceremony, register on Zoom here.
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This week, we are tackling the dilemma of composting at IC. Did you know that there used to be composting in the dining halls, but the receptacles had to be removed because students were throwing their trash in the compost? At this weeks meeting we will learn about why composting is essential from the wonderful Alex. Then our very own Katie will break down why students at IC choose not to compost. We will follow these presentations with a discussion on how to encourage composting at IC and how to get composting receptacles back and better than ever!
SELF ADVOCACYTuesday, April 13, 2021 12noon - 1:00 p.m.Develop a 3-prong self-narrative
Ann-Marie Adams, Park Professional Development
Glenn Hartley IC'22 ICWIC EBoard
Glenn Hartley is a junior Television-Radio Major with a Counseling minor. She enjoys the backend of TVR including casting. Glenn is on the eboard for Women in Communications and enjoys talking about Video Pitches with her club!
Join Challah for Hunger for a night of Jeopardy! The theme of our Jeopardy game is food insecurity and we'll be discussing food insecurity on college campuses and around the country. Join us for a fun and educational time!
Ithaca College’s Sexual Violence Prevention Committee is collaborating with campus and community partners to highlight on-going prevention education at Ithaca College. During the 1-hour panel discussion, titled “Faces of Prevention", participants will have an opportunity to hear from various campus partners in Title IX, Public Safety, Counseling and Psychological Services, Case Management, Center for Health Promotion, and Religious and Spiritual Life.