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Senior Theo Summerville uses his background as an environmental researcher to emphasize the effects of climate change. He believes in conscious consumption.

Commentary: Our decisions have a large impact on climate change

By Theo Summerville December 7, 2022
Climate change. Global warming. Whatever you want to call it. It is one of the biggest problems that humanity faces today.

Climate Justice Protestors Call for Action

By Mack Rovenolt, Mack Rovenolt March 30, 2022

Junior Maddy Leitner enjoys a Jonah’s Jive sandwich, one of the plant-based options from Ithaca Bakery on Sept. 6 in IC Square.

Veganism plants roots in campus community

By Eva Salzman and Sydney Brumfield September 8, 2021
Junior Maddy Leitner enjoys a Jonah’s Jive sandwich, one of the plant-based options from Ithaca Bakery on Sept. 6 in IC Square.
Sophomore Emily Gronquist, an environmental studies major, emphasizes the importance of participation during such crucial times of environmental activism.

Commentary: Environmental activism requires participation

By Emily Gronquist February 26, 2020
It is time to resist, time to change, time to take control and time to fight for our future.
From left, Chris Barnes ‘19 and seniors Thomas Minett and Julia Keene learn how to effectively bring attention to prominent issues in their letters to local politicians.

Commentary: Voting is effective form of environmental advocacy

By Thomas Minett November 20, 2019
Acquiring the attention of local politicians may seem like a challenging task, but it’s not as difficult as many imagine it to be.
Brianna LaSita, a junior occupational therapy major, writes that thrift shopping is not only affordable, but environmentally sustainable.

Commentary: Thrifting supports environmental sustainability

By Brianna LaSita September 18, 2019
Thrifting isn’t just ethical from a shopping perspective, but a giving one, too.
Editorial: Bookstore should drop plastic bags immediately

Editorial: Bookstore should drop plastic bags immediately

May 1, 2019
Ultimately, the Bookstore should take the campus community’s enthusiasm in stride and fully ban plastic bags sooner rather than later.
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