One of the many perks of being at Cornell is all of the free subscriptions I have access to. I recently learned that WSJ is on the list of things I was unaware my heavy tuition covered, and ever since, I have been dousing myself in financial and economic news I would otherwise ignore. I have been a news junkie since high school however, learning … Continue reading Environmental Journalism is Falling Short
I think the title says enough. My dad came to visit this weekend and give me a break from exams, laundry, and the other elements of college life that will never be as good as spending time outside. Here are some photos of the trails and gorges of Buttermilk Falls that are worth stressing over protecting, as well as some shenanigans on the way. Continue reading Ithaca is Gorges
Confession: I have too many things. As much as I enjoy hiking, spending days being off “the grid,” and advocating for sustainable enterprise, I am as much of a material addict as any other American. I never really thought about how much I bought or owned. Growing up in America was always “thing” filled. When I earned good grades in elementary school I was rewarded … Continue reading What’s up with materialism?