Some may see the act of recycling as just a “temporary fix” or “a little too late” solution to our pollution problem that we have worldwide, which is partially true. Waste management has a huge impact on the well-being of future generations, but the recycling industry can only do so much. Without committed participants who are properly educated on what, how and where to recycle, how … Continue reading Why Recycling Is Still Important, Even On The Individual Level
As some of you who frequent Furman’s campus may have noticed, there have been a lot of changes to Furman’s Lake recently. The water level is down, the gravel dam at the north end of the lake is gone, and we have seemingly strange flotillas of plants along the water’s edge. All of these modifications are steps towards improving Furman’s lake system. The ultimate goal … Continue reading An Update On: The Furman Lake Restoration
As a campus, we celebrated arbor day last Friday, Oct 28th. These celebrations included activities like Photo Booth, listening to a live band, and, of course planting trees. Kylie, from Trees Greenville, came out to help guide the tree planting and make sure they were going to live healthy happy lives. As she was instructing the student volunteers, she pointed out that these trees will … Continue reading Where will you be in 25 years?