Tag: Green

11.05.2010

 

The Global Green Economy

by Justin Claire

To some, a green economy sounds like a pipe dream; a far-off utopia where wind and solar power, electricity, hydrogen, or other alternative energies drive the wheels of infrastructure. To others, it seems like...

09.10.2010

Green Tips for Dorm Rooms

by Emily Bogle

When cleaning your space, try to use natural cleaners as often as possible. By mixing distilled white vinegar and water together, you can clean almost anything, including microwaves and stained plastic food...

Food Issue

 

Rochester Public Market

by Kyle Hugo

n the heart of a city of over 200,000, one doesn’t exactly expect the crow of roosters early in the morning. Yet that is exactly what you will find at 280 N. Union St. Open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and...

10.30.2009

 

A Wonderful Day to Save the World

by Michael Conti

Over 60 cyclists rode the distance from the downtown library to the Innovation Center at RIT on Saturday, October 24. Students and local community members rallied by the cry of “Climate Change Action Now!”...

05.01.2009

 

Green Awareness in a “Culture of Waste”

by Michael Conti

It’s 10 a.m. on a Friday morning and chances are you’re either in class or catching up on some needed rest. But last Friday morning, April 24, about a dozen students in total were spending their early hours...

03.20.2009

 

Destler's Bike: It's Electric!

by Caitlin Shapiro

While walking around campus, you may have seen President William Destler scooting by on his electric bike. Last spring, Destler, a degreed electrical engineer, took it upon himself to build his own...

03.13.2009

 

Power Past Coal

by Alex Neuscheler

For more than four hours on Monday, March 2, upwards of 2,500 young activists braved the bitter cold to blockade the Washington, D.C. coal-fired Capitol Power Plant. Organized mostly by Greenpeace, the Capitol...

2.20.2009

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A Glorious Piece of Junk

by Jackie Fingerhut

I was on my way to Gracie’s for dinner when I saw it. Just outside the door of the First Year Enrichment (FYE) offices there was a large pile of, well, “stuff.” Unsure as to why anyone would leave a pile of...

01.16.2009

 
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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

by Owen O'Connell

In the recent State of the State address, Governor David Paterson outlined his plans to ensure New York’s position in emerging from the national and global economic slump. He emphasized the state’s schools by...

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