Stretching from Campus Center to the Dillingham Fountains, the 20-person Ithaca College Percussion Ensemble performed “Inuksuit” on Oct. 22.
The club facilitates all sorts of outdoor, skill-building, and environmental stewardship activities. This semester, the Outing Club finally had its first event and has more trips planned.
Bright red berries, small purple flowers and long brown roots — they may sound like typical plant parts, but when they are made into extracts, tinctures or teas, they can possess a variety of healing properties.
“Engaging with the natural environments around us tends to promote our own well-being and inspire pro-environmental behaviors, as well,” Brenner said.
To celebrate winter, the Ithaca Children’s Garden, a local organization that offers educational events for children, held the Festival of Fire and Ice on Feb. 4 in Cass Park.
Each marcher passed through the portal individually. On the Colorado side of the portal there was a bowl, and as each marcher passed through we poured some of our water into the bowl and announced what we were leaving behind and what we looked forward to moving into Nebraska.