Fall 2006 News Archives
Have a great break!
Thursday Dec 14, 2006
The NYU Garden Shop is looking for student workers. Email George Reis, gpr1 at nyu.edu
, for more information.Monday Dec 4, 2006
Special announcement! At our general meeting tomorrow, we will be watching An Inconvenient Truth
. It is the excellent documentary based on Al Gore's travelling slide show on global warming.
Monday Dec 4, 2006
The electronics recycling was a great success. Not only did we collect over 100 pieces, but our mere PRESENCE, promoting e-recycling, will help us get an even bigger turn out next time. Special thanks to Rob and Patricia from NYU recycling and Michael from Per Scholas.
Wednesday Nov 29, 2006
Special excursion on Friday 11/17! We will be getting a personal tour of the Per Scholas Recycling
facility by the Executive Director, Michael Rieser. We will meet by the Astor Cube at 10:00am and the tour should last between half an hour and an hour. Bring your Metro Card!
Tuesday Nov 14, 2006
Tomorrow at 3:30pm we will meet in the 7th floor lounge at Kimmel to stuff envelopes for electronics recycling flyers. We will send them off to local schools and churches to let them know about our awesome event! Please join us! (We'll be the ones with all the envelopes.)
And sorry to anyone who missed us because the email stated the wrong room. We were in 910, not 904, oops!
Tuesday Nov 14, 2006
Yesterday EM went on our first hiking trip
in two years to Breakneck Ridge, south of Poughkeepsie. It was surprisingly challenging, but that made it all the more fun.
Sunday Nov 12, 2006
Household cleaners smell bad? There's a good reason--they're bad for you. Save brain cells and money by using things like baking soda, lemon juice, and plant based soaps to keep your space spic n span
Friday Nov 10, 2006
FreeMeet was a fantastic success! We had over 400 people attend and take home cool free stuff. Check out the past events
page to see what happened.
Sunday Nov 5, 2006
Pay your own utility bill? Switch to purchasing all wind power
and help to do your part!
Tuesday Oct 31, 2006