by Kathryn Camp — April 16, 2013
Did you know that most coffee cups cannot be recycled? It’s a common misconception that coffee cups are recyclable, but really there is a plastic film inside many cups that causes them to end up in a landfill. Usually, the cardboard sleeve is the only part that belongs in the recycling bin.
by Heather Elise S... — April 12, 2013
A group of strangers had the good fortune of spending our Spring Break together on a service-learning trip organized by Student Leaders for Service (SLS). As participants in one of three Alternative Spring Break (ASB) programs, we travelled throughout Northern California working on organic farms and tracing the food supply lines back to the city.
by Christina Williams — April 8, 2013
Portland State University and Wells Fargo are teaming up to present a new competition for students and faculty with innovative ideas about how to improve the way we operate in a resource-constrained environment.
by Rachel Foxhoven — April 8, 2013
As a part of the PSU School of Business Administration’s growing relationship with Nürtingen-Geislingen University (NGU) in Germany, NGU has put together an incredible and unique short-term summer program for PSU students who are interested in innovation and sustainability.
by Emily Waters — April 4, 2013
As students, we use a lot of technology, and we love it. But now, when our beloved electronics die or break, we don’t have to throw them away. At the end of winter quarter, electronic waste collection bins were put out in three locations on campus for students to safely recycle their e-waste.