September 22, 2023  |  Nicole Fernandez, assistant professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and her students have been monitoring Cascadilla Creek on a daily basis. When wildfire smoke blanketed New York State earlier this summer, it caused spikes in phosphorus concentrations in the creek water. According to their data, as the phosphorus-rich water flowed into Cayuga Lake, it triggered a lake-wide harmful algal bloom (HAB).  |  Source: Alumni News | Smoke in the water PHOTOGRAPH 
September 18, 2023  |  Armita Jamshidi ’25 holding a box of her signature “Cramp Bites.” The bites contains nutraceutical ingredients to naturally address the root cause of period cramps. Armita recently received a scholarship from Les Dames D’Escoffier, a group of female food and wine experts who help students like her achieve their dreams in the food and hospitality fields.  |  Source: Aunt Flo's Kitchen | Introducing Cramp Bites PHOTOGRAPH 
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