Conservation through art: ‘Landscapes from Maui’

The murmurs of hushed voices fade away, as the jungle and sand overtake the imagination. The peaceful beauty of the oil landscapes steal away from the reality of shuffling art enthusiasts discussing the "Landscapes from Maui," exhibit by Catherine Prose, professor of art.  About 22 people … [Read more...]

Engage in Earth Day

Our view: Between an environmental philosophy course set to begin next spring and environmentally focused lectures and panel discussions, some professors are working to make conservation a priority in the community. Now it’s up to students to participate and finish the job. While the Earth Day … [Read more...]

Recycling efforts slowly expanding on campus

Orange and blue bins can be found scattered all around campus, everywhere from Fain to Bolin. Many students may be unaware that these bins are one way they can help keep their environment garbage free. “About a year-and-a-half ago we put in these orange dumpsters around to improve the amount of … [Read more...]

Conservation doesn’t end with Earth Day

OUR VIEW:  The importance of environmentalism continues past Earth Day. MSU should set an example for the city to follow. The campus came together for an admirable celebration of Earth Day with educational expositions and a full-blown design campaign that promotes city-wide recycling, but we must … [Read more...]