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Banning Straws is a good first step

October 31, 2018 0

Sky Meade Staff Writer As humans, we create a lot of trash, whether it’s from eating plastic-wrapped food or drinking from plastic bottles. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, each person creates about 4.4 pounds

Net Zero design unveiled

September 28, 2015 0

Kelsey Bundra Editor-in-Chief Recent construction coincides with Millersville University President Dr. John Anderson’s implementation of campus-wide sustainability efforts. Lombardo Welcome Center will be constructed as a “net energy zero” building. The term “net zero energy”

Lancaster Flory Park has new roots

October 2, 2013 0

Angie Nava Features Writer On Saturday, students from Millersville teamed up with Franklin and Marshall, Elizabethtown College, and members of the East Lampeter Township community to plant trees along Mill Creek at Flory Park in

Sustainability a key to the future

October 3, 2012 0

Danielle Kreider News Editor It was all things green at the “Stewards of Sustainability International Policy Conference” held in the Bolger Conference Center and the SMC last Thursday and Friday.  For those students who are

Lecture examines school environment for LBGT educators and what factors encourage outness

March 4, 2010 0

Tiffany E. Wright, recipient of the Phi Delta Kappan International Distinguished Dissertation Award and Career Academy Principal at York County School of Technology, presented her graduate research completed at John’s Hopkins University, February 22, supporting that school environments which foster personal and job safety, regardless of sexual orientation, led to teachers being open about their sexuality.