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by Jared Flesher On a warm fall day, the sound of a brassy fight song floats across campus as much of the university prepares for a football game. But just a shout away...
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by Jared Flesher While on campus, Patrick Rooney ‘18 thinks of himself as a sort of hunter-gatherer. He belongs to no eating club, subscribes to no dining plan. Rather,...
Sam Rob
Major? Woodrow Wilson School, certificate in ENV and PLAS How do you define sustainability? As Dr. Shana Weber always emphasized during...
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by Ezra Austin '19 On Friday, January 12, the EcoReps Greening Athletics group worked with the Princeton Athletics department to host the first ever “Tiger...
William Evans
What is your role and how long have you been at the University? I work in the Facilities Engineering and Campus Energy Group as an Electrical Engineer...
By Somi Jun '20 At the beginning of the school year, the Woodrow Wilson School distributed about 200 reusable sporks to its graduate students. Christine Philippe-...
Story and photos by Zoe Zeitler '20 She yelps, the house is yellow just like her last urban gardener friend’s. Checking for cars peripherally, the flowers hung in...
On November 4, four EcoReps attended the Students for Zero Waste (SZW) Conference organized by the Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) at Temple University in...
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By Ezra Austin ‘19 On a cold, windy fall afternoon, several Princeton students gathered to participate in the University’s public waste audit. Over the course of three...
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After attending the 2016 Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN)'s Students for Zero Waste Conference, Princeton's Office of Sustainability joined their network of over 80...
Story and photos by Zoe Zeitler '20 I breathe in crisp sharp air, feeling the oxygen viscerally in my lungs – perhaps, I consider, even in my cells. Innumerable...

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