The city also ranked 22nd in the jobs category, reflecting lower unemployment rates for the college educated population in relation to the general population, but 379th — the fourth lowest of all cities — in affordability.
Brangan also said Rawlings misrepresented CGSU’s relationship with its national union affiliates — the American Federation of Teachers and N.Y. State United Teachers — by unfairly grouping their union objectives.
The contribution was made in response to a $3 million challenge grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies — a charity foundation created by Charles F. Feeney ’56, which has donated close to $1 billion to the University in the last four decades, according to the University.
Gale, who turned himself in to the Ithaca Police Department last Friday, accompanied by his attorney, was charged with Assault in the Second Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree.
“I am really excited to go to the president with the results of the referendum,” Berger said. “There was an overwhelming majority of students who voted in favor and I look forward to figuring out how to implement this initiative.”
“The decision to discontinue independent study courses for CPT’s was made by the economics department faculty last spring,” Blume said. “All significant decisions concerning our undergraduate curriculum are made by a vote of the faculty.”
Joe Romano, GreenStar’s marketing manager, said the store will open in Collegetown to ensure that there is an option for college students, faculty members and local households seeking “healthy and affordable foods.”