“Disasters are not natural — weather events become disasters when our physical and social infrastructure are insufficient. Communities most harmed by disasters are often those who have been marginalized in other ways.”
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Megan Epler Wood, managing director of the sustainable tourism asset management program, discusses the implementation of additional fees in other tourism-heavy areas.
Randy Zelin, professor of law, says “It will have such an enormous impact on the operation of his business. But it will also provide a strong basis for an appeal.”
Kathleen Hefferon, lecturer of microbiology, comments on a new study that found rogue RNA colonizing bacteria in the human gut.
Coverage of the annual Labor Action Tracker report, a collaboration between researchers at Cornell University and the University of Illinois. The piece quotes Alexander Colvin, dean of ILR.
In just the past few weeks alone, journalists have walked out of more than two dozen newsrooms over layoffs, budget cuts, and expired contracts. Alex Colvin, dean of ILR, is quoted discussing the impact of these trends on the industry.
Ileen DeVault, professor of labor history, discusses the continued momentum in the labor movement.