The 33 News’ Bob Goosmann visited the Hilltop Sept. 18 for a story on how SMU is making sustainability a way of campus life. “The school has made it very much a hot topic,” said Tony Tomlinson. He and fellow student Jessie Hart spoke with Goosmann for the broadcast.
Meanwhile, SMU students have been invited to enter their videos promoting sustainability to the Green-Minute Video Contest sponsored by the University’s Campus Sustainability Committee. The videos should be G-rated and one minute or less in length and can be shot with any available equipment, including cell phones. First-, second- and third-place winners will receive prizes donated by Green Living Earth Friendly Goods For the Home, Fleetwood’s Kit Kat Cruiser Bike Boutique, Whole Earth Provision Company and Green Spot Market & Fuels.
The deadline for contest submissions is noon Oct. 16, 2009. Winners will be announced on Campus Sustainability Day, Oct. 21.
Click the screen (right) to watch the 33 News video.