When you have to choose between car payments and food, how do you survive? This is a situation that over 40 percent of Ithaca residents face each day, living at or below the poverty line. To find out more about this problem, News Director Sara McCloskey and WICB’s Aaron Zufall attended a poverty simulation organized by […]
One local elementary school is using nature to bring its students a unique learning experience. WICB’s Kelli Kyle has more.
Now that class is back in session, a project to create safer routes to public schools in the district is about to be up and running. A community discussion on the initiative is happening on Tuesday. WICB’s Jake Siegel and AJ Garoppo have more on this story.
This week’s episode of Ithaca Now covered a hands on educational program that’s taking students onto Cayuga Lake, the use of drones, and we spoke the Aisling Brennan, a reporter for The Ithaca and ICB, about a local gathering for the People’s Climate March.
Students in the Ithaca area are taking their education to the water with the Cayuga Lake Floating Classroom. Here with the story is News Director Sara McCloskey and correspondent Marissa Framarini.
The constitutionality of commercial and militaristic use of drones is a hot debate in Ithaca and throughout the nation. ICB’s AJ Gropo and Jake Siegel have more on this story.
News Director Sara McCloskey spoke with Green Party candidate for governor Howie Hawkins about his campaign and initiatives.