After ten years of familiarity with MICA.edu, it's natural to ask these questions after a major overhaul of the website.
The information architecture (IA) for MICA's new website was built from scratch based on research and discovery performed at the beginning of the redesign process. MICA's new website has been organized into Sections and Topics that support the best possible experience for the users of MICA.edu. Sometimes these sections and topics don't clearly align to MICA's organizational structure. This is not only fine, but the result of the user-centered research and planning conducted during the redesign process.
You can learn which users have edit- and publish-level privileges for any page in the CMS by clicking on the View User Access Levels button in the Edit Page tab of any page.
When you click on this icon, you'll be taken to the Access Levels view for that page:
If you come across a page without any editors or publishers, or a page to which you should have access, please use this form: https://www.mica.edu/requestpageaccess.