An Ithaca couple is using music to teach kids about social justice. Kelli Kyle and Ramya Vijayagopal show us how for over twenty years, the choir has used song to send a positive message.
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.
Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes is now offering hormone replacement therapy to transgender people. Samantha Guter ’16 introduces us to several people who are taking part in Planned Parenthood’s new program.
Ithaca College Women in Communications held a Tennis for Tatas event. All proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, dedicated to education and research about causes, treatment, and the search for a cure for breast cancer. Alyssa Gilliam ’16 reports.
Every year, hundreds of dogs are retired from combat duty and in need of families to adopt them. Stephen Adams ’16 introduces us to Bubba, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Ithaca College hosted a “Food Frenzy.” The fundraiser, a collaboration between IC and The Food Bank of the Southern Tier, raised money to help combat child hunger. Alyvia Covert ’16 reports.