Entries of interest tagged with: Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre

Martin Boksenbaum: ‘A Re-Imagining of Passover’s Four Questions’

I’d written “A Re-Imagining of Passover’s Four Questions” and wanted to post it here, but I decided to check first with some of my Jewish friends about whether they thought it was offensive. It was supposed to be generally thought-provoking, … more

Samantha Keenan: ‘Reflections’

My internship with the Alliance for Sustainable Communities has helped me realize a lot about myself throughout the semester. It has given me opportunities to challenge myself, learn new skills, and apply my own work ethic and knowledge in a … more

Molly Majewicz: ‘All About Endocrine Disruptors’

by Molly Majewicz As consumers, it is important for us to be aware of the types of chemicals or ingredients that are in our common household products. Endocrine disruptors are synthetic chemicals that have harmful effects on the endocrine system—this … more

Earth Day 2016: An Experience at Muhlenberg College

by Molly Majewicz This year on Friday, April 22nd, the day was overcast and humid, but the predicted chance of rain didn’t deter many passionate Muhlenberg students and community members from creating a sustainability-centered fair, of sorts. On-campus groups like … more

Samantha Keenan: ‘New Green Hound Move Out’

Beginning this spring, Moravian College will be hosting an end-of-the-year collection program for students to donate clothing, food, and household items. Much like a similar program at Lehigh University, Moravian’s “Green Hound Move Out” program is directed towards students returning … more

Molly Majewicz: ‘All-Natural Replacements for Skin Care Products’

By Molly Majewicz As someone who has struggled with acne for years, I have tried almost every single product on the market, from over-the-counter cosmetics to prescriptions, and even the as-seen-on-TV products like ProActiv or EpiDuo. Last summer, I made … more

Comments and Quotes

The Role of the Arts “The arts have a great capacity as a binding community force.” —Doug Roysdon, “Quantitative Index for Sustainable Arts Organizations” (draft) “When you partner with local arts, you partner with the whole city.” —The Partnership Movement, … more

Perspectives on Political Action

With attention focused on the horse races for the presidency, we thought it might be valuable to consider political action more broadly, including thoughts on how to change the system. So we looked to organizations listed in the directory (which … more

Forgoing Fossil Fuels, Finally

By Rebecca Canright One of the greatest flaws of human nature is our urge to resist change in favor of stability. In America, many of us cling to our current way of life —our big, oil-hungry cars and homes, our destructive … more

Community Health in the Lehigh Valley

by Jacqline Wolf Tice C.E.A. Winslow, the 20th-century “founder” of the modern public health movement, famously described public health as, “the science and the art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting physical health and mental health and efficiency through organized … more