Baylor is getting greener all the time.
Sustainability coordinator Smith Getterman and the Baylor Sustainability Committee have seen to that.
Both Getterman and the sustainability committee will continue to work for improvement, although great strides have been made so far. The campus became Styrofoam-free at the beginning of the semester.
Baylor Sustainability is giving students the opportunity to recycle their waste and donate unneeded items to local charities through its Take It or Leave It program during move-out this year.
How do you stay interested in the environment and conservation when spring semester and busy class schedules are knocking on your door? Uproar Records has the answer with its current endeavor: Project Greenway.
Waste generated by on-campus organization meetings might be reduced thanks to the Green Meeting Certification program launched Nov. 9 by the department of sustainability.
Playing in the sprinklers isn’t always so easy to avoid at Baylor, where plants and sidewalks alike are soaked on a routine basis.
Improving the sprinklers and the overall irrigation system across campus has been an ongoing project for the grounds department under facilities management.
Baylor will host its first on-campus plastic foam-free event at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at the Brothers Under Christ Island Party.
Students who asked for better traveling conditions on campus were rewarded with new bike lanes at Fourth, Fifth and Seventh Streets and Dutton Avenue this summer.
Students living in residence halls will begin competing to conserve electricity at noon Sunday.
With the constant conversation about global warming and carbon footprints, students have an opportunity to help the environment by using public transportation .