The past is a funny thing. Oftentimes, what seemed so cool “back in the day” has the power to make us cringe when we encounter it in the present. This is true of just about anything, ranging from serious issues like the oppression of an entire people group (slavery) to even just a terrifying hairstyle (the mullet). But whatever it is, odds are if it makes sense to us today, it may very well be gawked at tomorrow.
Blow dryers, mini fridges, iPods, safes, shoes. This seemingly random list actually describes items easily found in trash cans and dumpsters around the community — if only people were willing to dig through them.
Roughly one in every 100 adults in the U.S. is incarcerated. For the 99 percent on the outside, jails and prisons are hidden and enigmatic. Movies and TV dramas about prison life are popular, showing that people want to know what really goes on behind bars: the alliances, the punishments, and, of course, the food.
Since the early 2000s, on the heels of a huge growth in consumer demand for organic food, an unprecedented change in how food is marketed and produced has occurred. The result is that a word that was once quite important has lost most of its meaning, and both consumers and farmers are the ones losing out.
While wandering the streets of the Northside neighborhoods on Sept. 14, the sounds of nearly every musical genre could be heard. Porchfest commenced at noon, where around 150 local bands gathered to play short sets on the porches of various homes around the Fall Creek/Northside neighborhoods.
According to one of the most prestigious culinary prizes in the World, “World’s 50 Best Restaurants”, organized by Restaurant magazine, three Spanish chefs are among the top eight from around the world, representing about 37.5 percent of them. However, the population of Spain is just 0.67 percent of the worldwide population according to the CIA estimate in July.
1. Towers Elevators Aren’t you glad you’re not a Freshman? 2. Lunch Lines Whether it’s noon at Campus Center, Taco Tuesday in Towers, or you mistakenly thought you could get a meal from Terraces, it’s exactly what home cooked meals had been missing. 3. Uninformed Activists Ithaca takes the cake for being super active in […]
I like that sentence because it rings close to true. People like to object and say, “No, you can’t tell people they can do anything. You can’t tell someone they can do can do something when you know they cannot.” Well see, I have many qualms about this. Firstly, I wonder who any of us […]
Tinder just celebrated its two-year anniversary, but it wasn’t until the end of this summer that I decided to give it a chance. I was against the app for so long because I just didn’t understand the appeal. I’ve deleted it a few times now only to re-download it again, mostly out of boredom. And […]
Finally, she collapsed in her bed. Oh wait, you don’t know the story do you? I’m sorry, I completely forgot. Ok, let me start from the beginning…once upon a time on a campus far far away there dormed a freshman. Her name was Sophia. She came to uthaca on august 24 more than a little […]
As a barista, you meet a lot of interesting customers. People who have you add ice into their tea one cube at a time, kids who will give you every nickel in their pocket for last cake pop in the pastry case, those who demand you steam the quarter inch of milk they want in […]
It was one of those Friday Nights when the Ithaca weather was too chilly and staying in and watching a movie seemed more satisfying than getting all dolled up and going out. So, I warmed up some tea and stayed in bed hoping to watch a romantic comedy to pass the night; instead, I found […]
Information is at our fingertips. Thousands of articles circulate the web each day, making knowledge about the surrounding world more accessible to us than it has ever been before. For the past few decades, we have been made increasingly aware of all that the world encompasses—whether it is culture, natural occurrences, politics, or atrocity. This […]
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