A woman whose introductory campaign video is titled “I’m Not Gonna Let Those Boys Beat Me” has joined the six men seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. John Faso in the November election. Erin Collier, of Cooperstown, describes herself as a progressive, an economist and an eighth-generation native of the 19th Congressional District.
For Kason Tarbell ’18, lacrosse is more than just a sport. As a member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe located in the Akwesasne reservation, lacrosse is a way of life. It is part of his rich heritage that considers lacrosse to be a medicine game, played to help cure the ill, as well as the Creator’s game, played for His entertainment.
Inspired in part by Black Lives Matter, and an aspiration to increase equality and kindness, two community artists have worked with the Greater Ithaca Activity Center's after school program to develop a simple and fun curriculum. The curriculum was created by Emme Edmunds (Ph.D. Development Sociology, 2016) who has gathered the resulting art into a traveling art show, currently on display at the Tompkins County Public Library through September 28th.