Let's take the Village SUB-LEVEL for some sea-worthy knowledge and some fun that is sure to cause the residents to go overboard in making a difference in sustaining our oceans ;)!!
*Make flyers with commonly mis-recycled items (e.g. pizza boxes) and how to do so properly
*Get water usage for Descartes to post around sinks and in shower to try to encourage conservation
*Info about composting (e.g. hot vs cold), especially since Dorms will be receiving new compost bins
Don't forget to recycle cans and bottles!
Wing exclusive craft event for my residents. We will recycle/update old clothing with a fun space-print.
On going competition encouraging resident to recycle and gain a sense a pride from doing so.
Have old t-shirts lying around?! Turn them into a new scarf for the upcoming winter season!
Grab a flyer, or ask your CA about recycling in the community!
Recycle your unwanted DVD's and help us create a Millennium and Bloom DVD library by donating your used and unwanted DVD's to either office the entire month of September.
CA Alex Rae Cooper and CA Christian Lesko put on a program of tie dye! It was held in the open area behind Sunset at 2:00pm on Saturday. There was free pizza, cookies and ice cold water provided for the residents. Residents were informed to bring their own items to add some color to and spice up. It was a free event that was created to bring people together on a bright and sunny day and have fun!
Residents will recycle for two weeks. They will show us their bags before they dispose so we can keep track. The apartment with the most recycled items will win a pizza party.
Two CA's will get together and collaborate to create a pamphlet on how to stay and or go green in your apartment. We want our residents to GO Green with us and encourage them to recycle in their apartment!
Bring your own old t-shirt that you don’t wear anymore to the clubhouse and learn how to turn it into a workout t-shirt!
Did you know that UCSC Santa Cruz will be "zero waste" by 2020? Do you know part of what is making this so difficult? 34.1% of all of Merrill's waste goes to the landfill --just from used paper towels--.
I challenge the Outdoor Floor to quarter our paper towel waste in two weeks.
How? If everyone simply brings their own cloth hand towel to the bathroom and uses that to dry, we can ...
Bring your own old t-shirts that you're too embarrassed to wear in public to the office and I'll show you how to turn them into workout tank tops.
Create a sustainable move out and do the G cubed: GIVE away old items you don't want, GRAB trinkets and doodads that you do want. And then get your GRUB on!
Residents of the ILC will bring unwanted items to the ILC Lounge. A variety of items will be accepted, including canned non-perishable food, lightly used clothing, clean bedding, and toiletry items.
The world is a beautiful place, but it can only stay that way if we take care of it.
Learn how to make a greener planet through interactive displays in the hallways!
After having collected snacks for the apartments throughout the last two quarters i shall resuse and share those snacks so residents can best benefit from these resources. Also they will get a little quarter sheet of info on reuse an recycling with some places in which they can donate old books, old clothes, etc to encourage items being reused!
Drop off your recyclable bottles and cans at the front desk of the lobby to help our building go Green as well as raise money for our hall