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The Green Fee: A new fence funded by a new fund

Welcome back Loggers, we hope the break was restful for everyone! This semester, ASUPS and SAC are partnering to officially launch the green fee! As many people may know, this is the first year our campus has had a green … Continue reading

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Student Perspectives: Being Vegan at Puget Sound: how tough is it, really?

As part of this year’s discussion around Loggers Eat Green, it’s great to hear how different students on campus think about eating green. Eating sustainably is different to everyone. In the SUB, one week a month it takes the form … Continue reading

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Students for A Sustainable Campus Says No to Coal Exports

Students for Sustainable Campus has been celebrating this beautiful Fall by working on a whole host of projects relevant to this campus and beyond. In particular, their focus this semester has been saying no to coal exports with the Sierra … Continue reading

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Student Perspectives: Ocean Intellect on Ocean Acidification

This Post, the first in the Student Perspectives Series, is written by Nick Cochran, A junior, biology major, and president of Ocean Intellect, an ASUPS club. The Student Perspectives Series brings different student group’s projects, goals and perspectives to the … Continue reading

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Orientation and move-in sustainability successes

Welcome back to Campus loggers! Can anyone believe we have already been back on campus for a month, I can’t. Before we get too knee deep in all the exciting projects we are working on this year, we wanted to … Continue reading

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