Need an ATM? Desperate for coffee? Looking for a comfortable place to kick back and study? All this and more can be found at the Campus Center.
Clark, Klingenstein, and McDonald lounges offer perfect places to relax between classes, and three ATMs are located in the lobby area. The Emerson Suites serve as one of the most adaptable and popular events venues on campus, hosting year-round activities such as student performances, trade shows (from Educational Technology Day to job and internship fairs), late-night social events, and conferences.
Downstairs, you'll find a post office, Mac's convenience store, and the recreation center, which comes complete with a big-screen television, air hockey, Ping-Pong, foosball, and pool tables. The campus bookstore provides students with course texts, as well as a wide selection of Ithaca shirts, sweats, and other merchandise.
The student-run information desk provides guidance on almost anything about Ithaca College and the Ithaca area.
I had no knowledge of pronoun association so it was informative. Some of it seemed elementary as to allowing the student to decide when to divulge the information, but at the same time, it is frequently what you think are the obvious basics that end up being a sticking point when you have to apply the information. It also gives pause to someone who feels they should jump right in to as the right thing to do, when basically it's an individual's personal choice. It's good to know perspective from those in the know. I don't know that it's something I would need to repeat several times, but it was definitely well presented.
I found it relevant because we just implemented with our package tracking vendor and DIIS and other parties to ensure that the chosen name (which our campus lists as the preferred name) would show in our searches and print on the labels. I found that having a static screen of information with someone just talking to you through speakers tiring. My least preferred way to learn. I find that it will be awkward to have introductions like suggested. My name is -- and I use the pronouns ----, something to work on and be mindful of.
The documentary was eye-opening, infuriating, exhausting, and very necessary. Every American should watch see this. I hope they can show it on campus again so that more people can see it. Good group discussion afterwards too.
I thought it was very interesting and I learned a lot for the students and the professors. Thank you for sharing your journey.
I went with a colleague; one other person showed up. We waited for about 20 minutes and left. I was disappointed because I was looking forward to engaging with others in this regard. I was told it is not usually like that.
I find that the best discussion workshops are smaller in size, so there is less pressure and more time for explanations. The topic was understandable, but it left me wondering what to do next. It didn't answer the question that everyone has, "How do I become a better Ally?"
Two of us showed up, the room was set up for a round table discussion, but no one else ever came. Not sure why no one came, I received an email the day before confirming the event. Disappointing to interrupt the flow of the day. If it had been cancelled it would have been nice to be advised.