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CSUEB goes green

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Tishauna Carrell,
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In honor of Earth Day, Associated Student Incorporation Sustainability affairs committee board will be hosting “Earth Week” at CSUEB. This week will consist of multiple activities throughout the week related to sustainability and eco friendly options. The Residential Hall Association will be hosting an Earth Day celebration the following evening. “I cannot wait to see all the organizations come together on Earth Day and enriching the students at CSUEB,” said Director of Sustainability, Ainsley Shallcross.

The week at a glance will look like this:

Earth-Week-Flyer2

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One Response to “CSUEB goes green”

  1. Barbara Lane on April 20th, 2015 9:21 pm

    Tishauna Carrell, this is an excellent platform for a green future! Good job bringing such important environmental topics and goals to the students and community.




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