Life of a Recycling Fellow-Matthew Terrell

Baked beans, hot sauce, dog poop, and pizza boxes: all forms of contamination I have found in the recycling bins on Furman’s beautiful campus. Contamination occurs when non-recyclable items are mixed in with recyclables items. I know what you are probably thinking, “Just pick out the non-recyclables.” Placing garbage or other non-recyclables in a recycling bin can contaminate the whole bin making it unusable. This … Continue reading Life of a Recycling Fellow-Matthew Terrell

I Survived the Apocalypse

My name is Annie, I’m a nineteen-year-old college student, and I’ve survived the apocalypse. Yeah, that caught your interest, didn’t it? Now, to be fair, it’s probably not the zombie disease-filled, Walking Dead-esque apocalypse you’re thinking of, but it is nonetheless lethal. The apocalypse I am referring to is the so-called “smogpocalypse,” the thick cover of carcinogenic, gray, fog-like gunk continuously pervading China’s skies. Two … Continue reading I Survived the Apocalypse