Local researchers are using fish to investigate the impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products on water quality. Kyle Stewart reports.
The Tompkins County SPCA allows volunteers to foster kittens until they are ready for adoption. Erica Dischino and Alexa Salvato introduces to one foster “parent.”
Explore Earth through a unique mix of natural history displays, interactive science features, and art exhibitions. Michael Schwartz and Gilbert Guo take us on a tour of the Museum of Earth, located in Ithaca.
Students in Ithaca College’s Storytelling class presented their personal stories at Buffalo Street Books. Kim Jacobus captured how the five-minute tales underscore the immediacy and importance of the personal story.
A local school in Ithaca recently started providing fresh snacks for students every Wednesday morning. Erica Dischino ’17 tells us more about how Enfield Elementary School gives farm-to-table a new meaning.
Tompkins County SPCA hosts its annual March for the Animals to raise money for the shelter. Emma McQuade ’17 marched along with some four-legged friends and their owners who walked to help raise funds for the SPCA.
According to a recently released Tompkins County report, about 80% of county contracted employers are paying workers a living wage. Kelli Kyle ’17 tells how receiving a living wage impacts workers in the Ithaca area.
The Tompkins County SPCA had over 100 dogs from September all the way into October’s National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month. Michael Schwartz ’16 takes you behind the scenes and introduces some lovable pups that are on a journey to find their own “furever” home.