Category Archives: sustainable living

The Spartan Shower

by Nicholas Saulnier, E-Rep for HMM Fellow men: you have been lied to.  Purchasing a stick of deodorant will not make you awesome.  Neither will large quantities of money. Manliness is not a product, my friends; it is a lifestyle.  … Continue reading

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A Look Into the (Possible) Future

Here, recycling and conservation is often seen as a “bunch of green people” and many don’t realize the major importance of these measures. While my family always practiced these behaviors out of habit, I didn’t quite understand the importance of … Continue reading

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Green Resolution

What fills up faster- the trash can or recycling bin? The correct answer is trash can, because that’s just the way our society works right now. We need quick and convenient in our everyday lives. (If in all honesty you … Continue reading

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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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Seasonal Sustainability: Autumn!

The season of fall is upon us. For many people, this conjures up pleasant memories and an excitement to make more. There are so many splendid seasonal things to savor in autumn. Football kicks things off, and Thanksgiving is a … Continue reading

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One Person’s Trash… by Nick Saulnier

My grandfather, now in his late 80s, grew up on a Texas farm during the Great Depression. He buys plenty of clothes, food, and electronic goods. He is on so many mailing lists that sometimes the postman sets a stack … Continue reading

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