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by Ezra Austin '19

This semester, Princeton's EcoReps launched “Mend Monday,” a bi-weekly clothing repair initiative in Frist Campus Center. Cecilia Shang '18 and Nico Viglucci '17, the group's organizers, believe that Mend Mondays can bring greater exposure to sustainability while empowering students to take clothing repair matters into their own hands.

Shang said that in preparing for the initiative, a survey was sent out to students in order to gauge interest. The response was overwhelmingly positive.

by Lisa Linn de Barona, DPS Special Projects Manager

TRASH ARTstravaganza 2017 - A sustainability art contest presented as part of Communiversity 2017.

Sunday, April 30, 2017 on the lawn in front of Nassau Hall

Carry in artwork from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Prizes awarded by 2 p.m. • Pick up all artwork by 3 p.m. • Performances: TBD

Enter one of these categories:
2-5 years old*

6-10 years old*

11-13 years old*

14-17 years old*

18+ years old

Multi-age group
*Contestants who are under age 18 must have a release signed by their parents or guardians.

Got extra clothes that you don’t want to take home with you? Want to update your wardrobe for the summer without throwing out perfectly good clothes and spending money? If so, then come out to the EcoReps Clothing Swap! Trade in your washed, used clothes for some new ones. 

Step 1: Drop off

Monday May 2nd 6pm -8 PM
Tuesday May 3rd 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The University Surplus program serves as an important function to help conserve University resources, support sustainability efforts and safely dispose of electronics and other items. 

Open to university personnel (faculty, staff and students) and the public - surplus has office supplies, furniture, electronics, etc. Items are available on a first come, first serve basis.

 Class year: 1992

Major: History

Professional role and organization: Co-Founder, Brooklyn Flea & Smorgasburg

The second annual Trash Artstravaganza contest was among the main features of last month’s Community & Staff Day held in Jadwin Gym. Participants who entered the contest, which challenged community members, students and staff to create art with repurposed materials, had nine categories to choose from: 2- and 3-D art, creative writing or poetry, video or animation, songs, fashion design, and more. Waly M.

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