Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sustainability for the i-Generation

By Morrison-McGinnis E-Rep Quyen Tong As smartphone capabilities increase, smartphone users are realizing that their smartphones are not only serviceable for phone calls and texting, but also sufficient for a multitude of functions. One function, for example, is the camera. … Continue reading

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Lights Out Cookout

Shuttles Hall E-Rep Jingjing Yang reviews the event and invites you to our spring programs: What better ways to conserve energy than switching off the lights and unplugging electrical appliances? SMU residents learned it the fun way. On a pleasant … Continue reading

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Pesky Plastics at Mac’s Place

Any environmentally oriented person will tell you that plastic is one of their biggest pet peeves, and for good reason! Most plastic containers and bottles are made up of polyethylene terephthalate or, more commonly known as PET. PET almost never degrades … Continue reading

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