Maybe it’s just me but….
Does anyone else find the anthropomorphization of animals by commercial agribusiness disgusting?
As Mary Ellen Zuckerman, dean of the School of Business, prepares to leave at the end of the spring semester, the Ithaca College community reflects on the differences she made in developing student professionalism and enhancing the school’s commitment to sustainability.
Michelle Kortenaar, director of education at the Sciencenter in Ithaca, spoke about the importance of community empowerment at the Sustainability Cafe
Students, faculty and members of the Ithaca community came together for “The Big Talk,” to discuss ways to integrate sustainability practices into the classroom.
Mark Darling’s work responsibilities are no longer limited to Ithaca College. City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick tapped Darling, the college’s sustainability coordinator, as one of two new commissioners on the city’s Board of Public Works earlier this month.
Ithaca College promotes itself as sustainably conscious and is continuously listed as a top sustainable college. But colleges like Dartmouth and Oberlin surpass the college on campus sustainability lists. One factor may be that their efforts are concentrated in a centralized Office of Sustainability.
Ithaca College is in the process of finding out just how sustainable the Athletics and Events Center is, culminating years of planning and construction.
Halloween 2010 complete. Amidst all of the hustle and bustle of fierce costume making, candy buying, and decoration prep for the holiday, we happen to find ourselves in a very wasteful state. Americans as a whole spend over $5.8 billion on Halloween each year. $5.8 billion! It’s a ghastly number for sure. And think about…