Squash Wraps Ivy League Play with Loss to Penn

The University of Pennsylvania smashed both Red squash teams on February 6, pulverizing the men’s team and throwing the women’s team’s future competition eligibility into question. Prior to facing the Quakers, the No. 7 men’s team (4-6, 2-4 Ivy) competed against the tenth-ranked University of Rochester (1-5, 4-0 Liberty) on Wednesday, Feb. 2. With star player No.

Squash Teams Begin Ivy Season Against Columbia

After a year-long hiatus, the Cornell men’s and women’s squash teams began Ivy League play this past Sunday, with both squads facing off against Columbia University. 

Eating in Season

As July turns to August, the growing season in central New York is at its peak. A bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables can be found at your local farmer’s market, community garden or even your own backyard. If there was ever a time to attempt to eat more ethically, it’s now! There are few ways to eat more ethically and sustainably than eating in-season, locally grown produce. When you purchase local and in-season goods, you diminish your food’s carbon footprint tremendously by eliminating the need to store, cure, freeze and transport your produce.