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Students take part in Campus Sustainability Day, learn to be environmentally green

Students take part in Campus Sustainability Day, learn to be environmentally green

Yocasta Arias

October 20, 2015

Students and faculty gathered on Tuesday to learn more about campus sustainability and how be environmentally friendly in their daily lives. The seventh annual Campus Sustainability Day took place in CSUN's University Student Union and three lecture sessions ran throughout the day. Professors talked ab...

Sustainability minor helps student ‘go green’

Areli Rodriguez

April 23, 2013

Students can learn different ways to think green in their daily lives if they were to minor in sustainability. The minor at CSUN can help students learn about their ecological footprint and the limited resources available in the world. “The earth is important and we need to try and conserve it a...

Eco-friendly garden spots grow on campus

Eco-friendly garden spots grow on campus

Karla Henry

April 22, 2013

By Melanie Gaball April 18th, 2013 Section: News CSUN’s Southern California Ecoregion Demonstration Garden located by the Transit Center on Prairie Street. Photo credit: Brita Potenza / Daily Sundial A new garden which will feature plants native to the Northridge ecosystem has been built n...

Easy tips for growing your own food

Easy tips for growing your own food

Brita Potenza

April 22, 2013

By Brita Potenza April 18th, 2013 Section: Features - Photos Growing your own garden is an affordable option for food that ensures your vegetables are 100 percent untouched by chemicals. It can also give you a sense of gratification. Here are some quick tips on how to grow your own vegetable gar...

CSUN Bike Collective encourages alternative transportation

CSUN Bike Collective encourages alternative transportation

Bob Garcia

April 19, 2013

By Bob Garcia April 18th, 2013 Section: Features - Photos - Student Spotlight Carlos Sapon (left), 18, history major and Esteban Rivas, 25, political science major are a part of CSUN Bike Collective. A.S. provides the club with $700 so that they can have weekly bike clinics and fix CSUN stu...

Easy tips on how to grow your own food

Easy tips on how to grow your own food

Brita Potenza

April 18, 2013

Growing your own garden is an affordable option for food that ensures your vegetables are 100 percent untouched by chemicals. It can also give you a sense of gratification. Here are some quick tips on how to grow your own vegetable garden with the help of Erica Wohldmann, a CSUN psychology professor...

SRC receives hefty rebate for green energy

SRC receives hefty rebate for green energy

Charlie Kaijo

April 15, 2013

Rows of solar tubes line the rooftop of the Student Recreation Center along with a patch of solar panels, saving the University Student Union $16,393 from March 2012 to February 2013 and yielding CSUN a huge financial reward. As part of a rebate agreement implemented during its design phase, the SRC...

Don’t hesitate to go ‘green’

Julio Alberto Cruz

May 9, 2011

If you don't like the terms going "green," eco-friendly, environmentally-friendly, earth-friendly or any other way you spin it, it's simply judt about taking care of the environment and ourselves. It's not about money, even though the rest of the world is. Because of this frugal and money-...

The natural cosmetic industry gains popularity

Reanna Delgadillo

April 21, 2011

Sophomore Jennifer Perdomo, 20, said she does what she can to get into the new green movement. “I try as much as I can, like recycling and bringing water bottles from home and refilling them. I try as much as possible, its hard,” Perdomo said. The political science major said she tried Bare Es...

The sustainability of dumpster diving

Herber Lovato

April 21, 2011

Eric Einem is about to go diving, but instead of water, he’s going to plunge into a pile of trash. Those involved in freeganism (a strategy for living “based on limited participation in the conventional economy”) are familiar with dumpster diving. In this practice, those interested in reducing the...

Green changes on campus

Roxanne Estrada

March 8, 2010

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 disappointment; they were out of his usual order of hot chocolate and a chocolate croissant.  So he had to settle for the chocolate-chip muffin and hot chocolate. As...

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