Welcome to the Cornell Vegan Society! Anyone and everyone from all diets and lifestyles are encouraged to join. Whether you're interested in improving your health, minimizing your global footprint, advocating for animals, or simply want to find out more about what "vegan" or "plant-based" means, we have a spot for you!
To find out more, check out our website: cornellveg.org
To find vegan options at Cornell and in Ithaca, NY, download our iPhone App "Ithaca Vegan"
The Cornell Vegan Society (CVS) is a student-run organization that promotes public understanding of veganism and related ethical and social issues. CVS strives to bring the connection between diet and bioethics, our treatment toward other beings, health, and the environment into public consciousness. The Cornell Vegan Society welcomes all members regardless of diet or lifestyle, and holds social events as well as educational events throughout the year. Through community outreach and volunteer work, CVS strives to implement positive and sustainable change at Cornell and beyond.
Download our new iPhone app for finding vegan food at Cornell and in Ithaca, New York: Ithaca Vegan (https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=853530768&mt=8)
CVS is happy to announce that we have created a map of restaurants in Collegetown, the Commons, and greater Ithaca area that provide good vegan food. If you click on the restaurant pin on the map, you will see a description of the vegan options at each location. We personally contacted these restaurants and asked about their vegan foods so you didn't have to. Now when you pick a restaurant with friends, it will be so much easier. You can even pull this up from your phone, read the description and rating, and then click to get directions or access the website. We will soon have a published map of campus eateries and descriptions of all their vegan options.
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The Cornell Vegan Society strives to bring the connection between diet and ethics, health, and the environment into public consciousness. The Cornell Vegan Society welcomes all members regardless of diet or lifestyle, and holds social events as well as educational events throughout the year. Through community outreach and volunteer work, CVS strives to implement positive and sustainable change at Cornell and beyond.
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