On Friday, April 20th, as a part of Cornell’s celebration of Sustainability Month, members of the Cornell and Ithaca community joined together to take part in the school’s first annual Spring Fest. Taking place on Ho Plaza, the event offered food, activities, and entertainment while also promoting environmental and social health.
This year, attractions were provided by participating student organizations included: a capella music, “How Slow Can You Go?” bike races, massages, plant-potting, and much more. Delicious local food was available for purchase, and festival goers brought t-shirts for tie-dying. Best of all, admission was free for all attendees. The weather was great and we had a wonderful turnout!
Thanks to everyone who atteneded, and hope you had a great time! Can’t wait to see you all again next year!
This semester, Hub has joined hands with Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUSD), SA Environmental Committee, Slope Media and several other environmental organizations at Cornell to develop a “Green Living Online Module” to educate students and especially freshmen towards a greener college life . It will be a fun and interactive way for them learn about simple little ways they can lower their impact on the environment. We hope to have a prototype of the module ready in time for Sustainability Month! Our final goal is to have the Cornell adopt it as a part of Freshman Orientation Week for the Freshmen.
In the meantime, drop by one of our meetings (Monday nights at 5:30pm in Uris G88), to find out how to get involved or email email@example.com!
Last semester Cornell University competed in Recyclemania and Campus Conservation Nationals. Both are events that were held at colleges and universities across the country to promote green habits. Cornell students made an extra effort to reduce their energy usage and be mindful of what they threw away or recycled. The events were a great success and it was wonderful to see so many students acting to make more environmentally friendly decisions!
For more information, check out the website!
Cornell Students join the rest of the world in a call towards cleaner energy and greener economy while also calling for the realization of the Climate Action Plan of Cornell.
A Cornell student getting arrested outside the White House in DC protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline being constructed from Canada to Texas.
Click here for the coverage by the Cornell Daily Sun.
Inviting all Cornellians to participate in the Tar Sands Action in Washington D.C. this coming weekend from Fri. 9/2-Sat.9/3 for a rally on the final day of the action.
Come to the Farmers’ Market at Cornell and enjoy some fresh, local food! #2 on the 161 Things to Do!
When:Every THURSDAY from September 1st until October 20th
Time: 11pm – 3pm
Where: HO PLAZA
Interested in being part of our VOLUNTEER market staff? Email
aj256 or ka257
Coming soon! Visit us at www.rso.cornell.edu/farmersmarket