This Tech Clinic is working with the College and the City of Easton on a project that involves examining the Bushkill Drive entrance to campus from 13th Street to the intersection with Pierce St. and then around to Sullivan Lane and the Arts Campus on Third Street. There has been tremendous effort between the College and the City concerning the Karl Sterner Arts trail and this proposed project would look at all aspects of the Bushkill St. approach to the College as it relates to Silk, the Arts Trail, the Bushkill Creek, the College’s development at Bushkill/Pierce and the City of Easton’s interest in properties along that route. It has all of the hallmarks of an exciting and intellectually challenging Tech Clinic project combining environmental science, politics, engineering, economics, and art.

Students: Aleksandar Al Homsi’19, Francesca Blood’18, Andrew Chuma’19, Sydney Edelson’19, Alexandra Kelley’19, Laura Strang’18, Kayla Zola’18

Faculty Facilitators: David Brandes, Jim Toia & Lawrence Malinconico