1. What is Cayuga Voices?
Cayuga Voices is the official blog of Cayuga Community College, a unit of the State University of New York. Our bloggers include students, faculty, staff, alumni, leaders, and others affiliated with Cayuga Community College. These individuals share their unique perspectives and experiences interacting with the College.
2. How can I get involved?
We encourage visitors to the blog to comment on the posts that grab your interest or to ask any questions that you have about the ideas, views, and stories presented here. Join the conversation.
We also invite Cayuga community members and guests to contribute their stories, photos, videos, and ideas to the betterment of this blog. To write a guest blog or to become a regular contributor, contact PR Director Margaret Spillett at margaret.spillett [at] cayuga-cc.edu or 315-294-8428.
We look forward to hearing from you.
3. What are the rules that govern this site?
SUNY’s Cayuga Community College invites discussion of important ideas and issues through social media, including this blog. However, the College reserves the right to remove posts or comments that are obscene, defamatory, offensive, contain threats of violence, abusive, spam or advertising, or unrelated to the content or information. The College also reserves the right to remove posts or comments that violate applicable laws including, but not limited to, copyright and trademark, or those that violate the use policies promulgated by the applicable Social Media provider.
The College’s use of Social Media is governed by Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides a safe harbor for Internet Service Providers and web sites for activity that takes place on said sites, provided that the site or domain takes certain actions when legally required.
4. Who manages this site?
This site is managed by the Office of Public Relations and Institutional Communications at Cayuga Community College. Questions or concerns should be directed to Margaret Spillett at margaret.spillett [at] cayuga-cc.edu or 315-294-8428.