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.
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.