by Claire Wayner '22
Over intersession in February, I traveled to Gettysburg College to attend an annual conference held by GreenAllies, an organization dedicated to empowering and supporting students to innovate and lead environmental sustainability efforts. The conference brings together students from across the region to meet and attend informational workshops designed to provide inspiration for on-campus projects.
by Somi Jun '20
Two weeks ago, Ming Wilson ‘18 and seven other Princeton students spent their Saturday afternoon walking around campus to pick up litter. In the process, they found packaging, old beverages, and two abandoned bicycles, which are now being restored in Cyclab.
“We specifically emphasized going ‘off the beaten path’ to pick up trash that was hidden and which have even been misplaced for years,” Wilson said. “We hope the initiative will [lead] to a cleaner campus and the accidental fruit of friendship, as well.”