The SGC passed three bills — one creating a new committee for the SGC and two focusing on requirements for student organizations at the college.
Chefs from Ithaca College, Cornell University and Maines Paper and Food Service Inc. came together Feb. 4 in the Emerson Suites to show students that “ugly” food tastes a lot better than it looks.
The Ithaca College Eco-Reps led hundreds of students, faculty and staff downtown to meet up with the larger event occurring on The Commons.
The Eco-Reps, a student environmental sustainability organization, have been sorting compost, trash and recycling at all of the home football games this year.
“It’s not just the typical crunchy-granola Ithaca hippie that is sustainable,” she said. “It is approaching everyone on different levels, so let’s meet them where they are and keep going.”