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UW-W gets environmental

Carter Secor, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2019

In 1986, the United Nations decreed that the first Monday in October every year should be known as World Habitat Day. Since then, climate change and sustainability have been in the public eye and the focus of many discussions and debates. With Oct. 7 being World Habitat Day, UW-Whitewater’s efforts ...

Opportunities in sustainability

Shannan Lojeski, News Editor

February 4, 2019

Improving the student employment program is the main goal for the UW-Whitewater’s Sustainability Office in 2019. “We believe that a strong internship program that allows our students to explore and address particular sustainability problems by pursuing solutions through campus sustainability projects ...

Sustainability office puts new initiatives into play

Katelyn Black, Lifestyle Editor

November 28, 2018

From plumbing to electricity to the food in the dining halls, running a college takes a lot of natural resources. “We really strive to address the idea of sustainability holistically,” said Wesley Enterline, Sustainability coordinator. “To do that we utilize the Sustainability Tracking and Ra...

Bike share program relaunched for spring

Bike share program relaunched for spring

April 26, 2016

By Maddy Scheel April 27, 2016 Now that Spring has come, Whitewater Student Government (WSG) is relaunching their Bike Share Program. The relaunch of the program took place on April 19 after it had taken a hiatus during the winter months. The program was started by former WSG Sustainability Direct...

Campus pushes for renewable energy

Amber Levenhagen

April 19, 2016

By Brad Allen April 20, 2016 Conducting research on solar energy and utilizing a solar energy collection panel system on top of Hyland Hall are just some of the systems UW-Whitewater students and faculty have been working on bringing to campus. The Hyland solar panels are used to help power...

New development to replace historic trees and home

A construction crew member works to take down the former Olsen Funeral Home on Oct. 19, one day after two trees that inspired a student-made petition were cut down. A bur oak still stands behind the house. Once fully demolished, Campus Edge Apartments will be built on the property in its place. Photo Kimberly Wethal

October 20, 2015

Online petition creates buzz over tree removal By Vesna Brajkovic Oct. 20, 2015 Two maple trees that garnered a lot of attention this past week were taken down in the middle of the night last Saturday, marking the start of the development of a nine-unit townhouse to replace the old Olsen Funeral Home o...

SAGE joins Earth Week

SAGE joins Earth Week

April 23, 2014

Organizations unite to provide conservation and sustainability events to the campus, community April 23, 2014 By Amanda Ramirez   Reduce, reuse, recycle is a mantra familiar to those concerned with sustainability of the Earth. As Earth Day arrives, students can learn ways to reduce their...

UW-W garden aims to sustain, teach

UW-W garden aims to sustain, teach

September 25, 2013

By Caleb Kimball By Lucas Wimmer   The organic garden on campus aims to not only feed the community but teach students about sustainability. The project began after garden adviser Tom Karthausser read “The Good Food Revolution” by Will Allen, CEO of Growing Power. This book describes...

A Road to Greener Living

April 25, 2012

In its journey to improve sustainability on campus, the Earth Week Committee continues the  “Connected by Rivers and Roads” events today through tomorrow. “Throughout American history, transportation has been an essential ingredient,” Sustainability Coordinator Wesley Enterline said. “This...

Author gives presentation about ‘The Good Food Revolution’

April 11, 2012

Will Allen, founder of Growing Power, Inc. and author of “The Good Food Revolution”, spoke on campus last Wednesday about the importance of nutrition. In 1993, Allen created Growing Power, Inc., a national nonprofit urban farming organization. It was initially planned to give kids in North Milwaukee...

Enterline’s journey to sustainability

April 20, 2011

Sometimes one doesn’t find their true calling during the first go-around in college. Sometimes their first degree doesn’t give them enough satisfaction. And sometimes it’s out of chance that a person’s passion is discovered. This was the case for Wesley Enterline, who became UW-Whitewater’s first sustainabili...

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