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CSC Building Construction Continues

Author: Rachel Novick

Construction on a new building for the Center for Social Concerns (CSC) and the Institute for Church Life continued throughout the summer, progressing toward an August 2009 completion date.

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ND Opens Year with Mass, Picnic

Author: Rachel Novick

University president Fr. John Jenkins told the Notre Dame community to pray they are “afflicted with hope” when facing problems – especially emphasizing global environmental and sustainability issues – during his homily at Notre Dame’s Opening Mass Tuesday evening.

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Recycle as Last Resort

Author: Rachel Novick

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. This catch phrase rings like “an apple a day” or “stop, drop and roll.” It seems, though, that the first two steps of this trio are often quickly forgotten.

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Celebrating Earth Day

Author: Rachel Novick

The University of Notre Dame is committed to incorporating energy conservation and environmental stewardship in its institutional goals. The Energy and Environmental Issues Committee has been a driving force behind many of these green initiatives at Notre Dame.

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Halls Compete in RecycleMania

Author: Rachel Novick

With more than 400 colleges participating in the 2008 RecycleMania challenge, the 10-week competition has propelled the students of Notre Dame to actively – and even stealthily – collect as many recyclables as possible.

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