Residents of Leonardo House! Join your housemates in an epic white elephant gift exchange for the holidays! The rules are simple: bring a gift, wrap it up, and let the gift trading begin! There's just one twist... no money can be spent in the making of your present! This is a swap meet-style white elephant, where all gifts are items that you already have or can make out things you already have!...
Have an old black shirt that you don't wear anymore? Recycle it and make it a new one!!
Residents will put anything that is recyclable in bin to think green and help preserve our environment.
Step outdoors and learn the secrets of your college's campus.
Tour of secret spots and hidden gems guided by RA Garrett.
Residents monitor what they do everywhere that day throughout the day making a difference for the environment.
Wondering where are the paper towels went? I can tell you where they went and why they aren't coming back. UCSC's Zero Waste by 2020 is what you need to know. Come grab a FREE hand towel and put your skills to the test on the reuse, reduce, and recycle challenge! Snacks provided!
Created a bin in the office for residents' old batteries for recycling.
I plan on having residents come out to tie dye their shirts and to bring any old t-shirts they may have to DIY them to make them reusable. I will also provide resources for recycling and ways to be more eco friendly.
Love to decorate, be creative, and recycle all at the same time? Come join the Bonita/Sol staff in the Bonita study room for our Pinterest party (we'll even supply all the materials!)
A recycling competition in which quads/clusters compete to recycle the most in a week, winning quad/cluster wina a reusable bag!
My residents will be encouraged to take a break from studying for final exams and check out/swap stuff at the Swap Meet!
Residents can compete to recycle the most to win their apartment a pizza party! Going Green!
In light of sustainable living this program will give residents a chance to recycle boxes and creatively make them into beautiful storage boxes for their rooms. These boxes will help them keep organized and will keep the boxes from going into the trash.
Learn what happens after you throw your trash away, how to compost and recycle correctly, and more!
This is a passive event which means that it is simply a poster meant to teach people who walk by about something. In this case, the poster will teach students of ways in which they can do their part in helping the environment.
We will be hosting an event in the clubhouse to celebrate earth day! We are inviting residents to the office to create upcycled candle holders out out recycled items! Light refreshments will be provided to all residents!
Materials will be provided to students to make their own tea bags. This is a great way to show that ordinary household items can be reused and used to make new things. Along with this, pamphlets will be passed out that talk about sustainability here in Riverside.
I posted fliers in each study lounge informing residents about Earth Day (April 22nd). These fliers included easy ideas that residents could easily do like recycle more, reusing and saving power.
For this program, I will institute a recycling bin and trash bin to promote Earth Day and how students are able to make a difference in saving the planet.
We set up collection bins for cans and plastic bottles. Iowa has 5 cent deposits. We will turn in the cans and bottles for donation to Hawks Ridge Relay For Life fund.