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CSUN’s green efforts timeline

CSUN Goes Green on Dipity.

Green documentaries to look out for

In celebration of Earth Day, step out of the box and get the 411 on some issues that you might not be aware of....

Dedication ceremony held for Chaparall Hall

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Professor receives national teaching award

Michael Elliott was a bit surprised by the final project in Dr. Amine Ghanem’s Senior Design Class.  Analyzing the construction of the new CSUN...

What’s your carbon footprint?

In the sustainability world, we are always using big words and umbrella terms like carbon footprint.  We know a higher carbon footprint rating is...

Where the green jobs are at

When we recycle and bring our own water bottle we tend to feel pretty good about ourselves and that we might be making at...

Bookstein Tax Clinic receives grant

The U.S. Department of Treasury has awarded a $64,000 grant to CSUN’s Bookstein Tax Clinic. This is the third year the clinic has been chosen...

CSUN taking a lead in environmental sustainability

CSUN has showed that it has been putting its green foot forward and leading the way for the CSU's.  I had previously known that...

Career opportunities in the conservation field

Now that we are full throttle into Spring semester, making time for the extra stuff seems more and more difficult.  But an hour every...

Green changes on campus

Dressed in a tie-dyed T-shirt, junior Abraham Arce, 22, a creative writing major, hides out from the rain in the Freudian Sip. Today was a...

Exhibiting methods of sustainability at the Oviatt Library

The Oviatt Library is hosting a sustainability exhibit in the main lobby until April 1. Sustainability is the “development that meets the needs of the...
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