Speak Up 10/17

How do you go green?

Sophomore Al Vallette: “By recycling any cans or bottles I use.”

Sophomore Jonathan Ferandez: “Turning off lights when I leave a room.”

Sophomore Alex Somodevilla: “Recycle and walk places more often rather than driving.”

Sophomore Molly Ruttenberg: “Unplugging my unused cords.”

Sophomore Courtney Kimmey: “Turning the water off when I brush my teeth.”

October 16, 2011


Jennifer Levine

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