MEGAN COURTNEY | News Editor Lindenwood Student Government will be voting on four bills, and has invited students to reach out to senators to voice their opinions. The four bills include a recycling bill, a bill […]
MATT HAMPTON | Reporter The Lindenwood Student Government Recycling Committee is planning to make the campus more environmentally friendly by putting bins in residence halls and dining areas as well as encouraging students to recycle. The […]
Viki Muench | Staff Reporter
Lindenwood’s student body has been working on improving the university’s methods and ways to help the environment by better recycling methods and making the campus more green.
The latest development was the goal to establish a recycling grant to raise money to support this case. […]
Katie Brosamer-Senger | Staff Reporter
Posted April 8, 2014; 1:45 p.m.
President James Evans for Lindenwood University said that while there are no immediate plans to create a sustainability center on campus, they are working with the LSGA and LU Sustainability Alliance to reduce the campus’ carbon foot print.
“We are working with both the LSGA and the LU Sustainability Alliance to review our present recycling program, with an eye towards expanding it somewhat,” said President Evans.