Sustainability at St. Edward's


On Campus

Bright idea – LED lights on campus

The next time you’re on campus, take a second to look up. Over 95% of the walkway lights in the core campus have been replaced with LED lights. Facilities has been working to replace the remaining existing lights and converting them to… Continue Reading →

Students share ways to shrink carbon footprint

Even though St. Edward’s is considered to be a “Tree Campus USA” and was listed in The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges in 2015 and 2016, the university still has a long way to go. And what better way to reduce… Continue Reading →

Facilities launches Grounds for Grounds

Facilities has launched two new programs that benefit our grounds in sustainable ways. The first turns your daily coffee habit into long-lasting good! In partnership with Bon Appétit and Jo’s Coffee, used coffee grounds are placed into a composting setup on campus… Continue Reading →

SEU recycles styrofoam

SEU recycles styrofoam! Clean and dry styrofoam (no packing peanuts, sorry) can be dropped off in the collection box located in JBWN outside of room 120. Collection dates: Every day Convenient drop off location in JBWN, outside room 120 Remove… Continue Reading →

Students bring #SmallStepsBigChange to life

Professor Nancy Reiter-Salisbury’s Social Media for Public Relations class developed Social Media for Social Change projects. We’re highlighting the group projects and speaking to team members about why sustainability is important to them, what they’ve learned, and their advice for fellow… Continue Reading →

CAMP long-sleeve shirt drive supports farmworkers

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is honoring National Farmworker Awareness Week with a long-sleeve shirt drive through the month of March. Last year, the national shirt drive collected 13,062 shirts! Farmworkers play a critical part in a sustainable lifestyle by… Continue Reading →

Where to find bluebonnets on campus (and how to grow your own)

Texans love their Bluebonnets, and lucky for you, campus is covered in them! Spring is just around the corner, and for just a few sweet weeks, Bluebonnets, the Texas state flower will be in full bloom. These breathtaking beauties make a spectacular appearance… Continue Reading →

Recycling 101: A quick guide

With students, faculty, and staff coming from all over the city, country, and world, knowing what to recycle can be confusing. St. Edward’s University recently partnered with Waste Management to handle all of our campus’ waste and recycling and it’s… Continue Reading →

CEL Speaker Series: Jeff Sellen on Ethics & Environmental Sustainability

The Center for Ethics and Leadership will host author Jeff Sellen as he speaks about his new book, Don’t Tread on Me: Property and Conflict in the American West. The book discusses the practical policy and ethical dimensions of environmental sustainability… Continue Reading →

Bicycle Resources

Over the last few years, St. Edward’s has increased the number of bike racks and opportunities for bike use on campus (see map). The bike repair station – which includes tools for bike repair, an air pump, and a lifted… Continue Reading →

Doyle Hall: Now and Then

In the 1950s, Doyle Hall opened its doors as a residence hall. By 2009, the building needed to change to meet the needs of the St. Edward’s campus. The architects, Scott Specht and Louise Harpman of the firm Specht Harpman,… Continue Reading →

Food waste and recovery chat with Bon Appétit

Join Bon Appetit on Monday for a chat with Executive Chef Tanner Harris. He’ll be discussing food waste and recovery on campus and in our community. Grab a (free) cup of coffee and join in on the discussion at 2:30… Continue Reading →

Bon Appétit shops local

Bon Appétit works behind the scenes to make sure Hilltoppers have access to fresh, healthy options through the Farm to Fork program. Started in 1999, the program ensures that Bon Appétit purchases at least 20% of its ingredients from small, owner-operated farms… Continue Reading →

Texas wind is powering the Hilltop

To power our campus, Facilities manages our “green portfolio” to use resources as efficiently and responsibly as possible. Wind energy is a part of that green portfolio. St. Edward’s University partners with Austin Energy’s GreenChoice Renewable Energy program as a Patron… Continue Reading →

Reusable options and composting on campus

Bon Appétit works hard to serve flavorful food but did you know they have a focus on sustainability? We asked Robert Fredericks, Director of Operations for Bon Appétit at St. Edward’s University, about their initiatives from sustainable service to sourcing local ingredients. For… Continue Reading →

Gratitude is good for you

Giving gratitude can improve your happiness and health. Research is showing that being grateful improves your overall well-being from sleeping better, to less fatigue, and lowering stress hormones like cortisol in your body. Being grateful can even become addicting since feeling… Continue Reading →

Thankful Ribbon Tree, November 28

Join Tree Campus USA to honor Arbor Day and our trees with a short ceremony on November 28. At 12:30 pm, we’ll be joined by Roy Johnson, arborist; Fr. Peter; Dr. Amy Concilio; and student members from SFS and SGA…. Continue Reading →

Eating Animals screening

Learn about where the food on your plate comes from. Join Students for Sustainability for a screening and discussion of Eating Animals. Based on the best-selling book by Jonathan Safran Foer and produced by Natalie Portman, the film provides an eye-opening look… Continue Reading →

Bikes need new homes

Fifty bikes have been abandoned by their previous owners and are looking for new homes. Don’t miss the silent bike auction November 28, from 9:45 am until 1 pm on Ragsdale Lawn. In addition to the bikes, you can also… Continue Reading →

Social Justice Policy Forum Thursday, Nov. 15 at the Hilltop

Social and political understanding continues to be a vital skill for today’s youth as government policies and attitudes become more contentious. In the current political climate, civic awareness and engagement are necessary for our future generation of students to be… Continue Reading →

Sustainability Fair

Students for Sustainability is kicking off November with their annual Sustainability Fair. Join them on Ragsdale Lawn to connect with sustainable, local organizations in Austin. We hear there will be vegan ice cream and music! Sustainability Fair Ragsdale Lawn November… Continue Reading →

Freshmen get outside and get involved

Freshmen are taking sustainability out of the classroom and into the community. The Freshman Seminar course “Becoming Ecoliterate: Sustainability and Austin” examines the importance of place, the human role in the environment, and actions that foster sustainability in our community…. Continue Reading →

Students for Sustainability invites you to celebrate October’s theme of Environmental Justice

Students for Sustainability created amazing events and activities to invite us to reflect on environmental justice focused issues, starting tomorrow with an environmental justice talk. What a great way to demonstrate our Holy Cross values! Add these dates to your calendar… Continue Reading →

SFS to host Bee Talk – a discussion on the importance of bees, Sept. 18 at 7pm

The Students for Sustainability (SFS) will be hosting their first event of the year on the Hilltop, Bee Talk! This open discussion will focus on the importance of bees on the environment and will include treats that can only come… Continue Reading →

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Comes to Campus

Last month, St. Edward’s added an electric vehicle charging station in the parking garage. This project was a joint effort with Austin Energy and Chargepoint. On the university side, Parking Services, Facilities, Students for Sustainability, and the Student Government Association were part of the effort. The station can be found on… Continue Reading →

Bon Appétit Announces Companywide Ban on Plastic Straws

St. Edward’s University’s catering provider, Bon Appétit, announced a companywide ban on plastic straws last Thursday. They are the first food service company to make this commitment in the USA. In a press release, Bon Appétit said, “in keeping with our promise of ‘food service… Continue Reading →

St. Edward’s Once Again Named a Princeton Review Green School

St. Edward’s University was chosen as one of only 375 colleges and universities worldwide for the Princeton Review’s Guide to 375 Green Colleges, 2017! The guide profiles institutions of higher education that demonstrate a strong commitment to sustainability in their academic… Continue Reading →

Celebrate Earth Week 2018

We invite you to join us in celebrating Earth Week 2018 from April 23rd through 27th! All events are free and open to the public, but some do require advanced registration (indicated on the program). There’s something for everyone, from a dive-in film screening… Continue Reading →

Earth Day Fair: April 25

Join Students for Sustainability as they host their annual Earth Day Fair! It’ll be held on the Ragsdale Lawn (rain location- Ragsdale lobby and Mabee ballrooms) from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM. A multitude of local groups and organizations will be there ready to share sustainable… Continue Reading →

De-Stress & Resource Fair: April 27

In honor of #BeWell Action Week and Earth Week 2018, join Healthy Hilltoppers to connect with community wellness resources and experience stress-relieving activities like tree branch art and coloring! Inspiration images can be found in the event poster below. The event will be… Continue Reading →

Recycling and Composting on the Hilltop 101

Classes have begun and there’s a lot going on! To ensure that you know all about recycling and composting on campus, here’s a quick and handy guide. Also, check out our video on campus recycling and composting tips! Classrooms and offices: Gray… Continue Reading →

Tree Count a Success

On Saturday November 18th the Office of Sustainability hosted a tree inventory event to celebrate Texas Arbor Day. During the event students were guided by three certified arborists: Paul Schuman, St. Edward’s University; Lara Schuman, City of Austin; and Brad Hamel,… Continue Reading →

Start the Semester on a “Green” Foot

Welcome to Fall 2017 on the Hilltop! Whether this is your first time on campus or you’re coming back, we have plenty of ways for you to start the semester off on a “green” foot. Composting: Composting bins are located… Continue Reading →

Freshmen and Food Justice

This year’s freshman class explored the topic of food justice through the lens of Kelsey Timmerman’s book, Where Am I Eating? An Adventure through the Global Food Economy. Food justice is an important component of social and environmental sustainability because… Continue Reading →

Join RecycleMania 2017, a Dorm v. Dorm Recycling Competition

Are you ready for RecycleMania? Now it’s time to act and promote waste reduction for a greener Hilltop! Throughout the month of April there will be a friendly competition among the dorms, and the dorm that recycles the most will… Continue Reading →

Celebrate Farmworker Awareness Week With Bon Appétit Today

Bon Appétit, St. Edward’s food service provider, is celebrating Farmworker Awareness Week with two exciting events on campus today: first a behind-the-scenes tour of the Bon Appétit kitchen and then a film screening. Behind the Scenes Tour of the Kitchen… Continue Reading →

Last Week’s Sustainability & Environmental Science Career Panel a Success

Last Thursday, Career and Professional Development hosted a panel discussion and networking round tables with employers in the sustainability and environmental science field. I have heard a good amount of positive feedback from students who, like me, thought the event… Continue Reading →

World Water Day: March 22

Join Tap the Hilltop on World Water Day from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM in Ragsdale Lobby for free snacks, stickers, and water bottles, a photo booth, and more! For more information, contact Kasey Liehr.

Clothing Swap: March 1

Join us on March 1st for a Clothing Swap! If you are not familiar with it, a clothing swap is when people trade clothes that they don’t wear anymore for clothes that are new to them. A clothing swap is… Continue Reading →

Kozmetsky Center Event on Dec 5th: Native American Perspectives on Science, Spirituality, Nature, and the Environment

On Monday December 5 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM in Mabee Ballroom A, the Kozmetsky Center will feature a lecture entitled “Native American Perspectives on Science, Spirituality, Nature, and the Environment” offered by Dr. Dianne Barton who is currently responsible… Continue Reading →

Save the Tapajos River Awareness and Advocacy Event: Nov 14

The Amazon Forest is one of the most important fresh water systems in the world; it is home to one of the biggest levels of biodiversity and natural resources, making it one of the current development frontiers in the world…. Continue Reading →

University Athletics Ditches Paper Programs, Goes Digital

Jameson Adams, Associate Director of Athletic Operations, recently demonstrated how making St. Edward’s University a greener campus is truly a team effort. When encouraged to think about how Athletics can support campus sustainability causes, the first thing he thought of… Continue Reading →

Faculty Master Plan Forums: Oct 19 and 20 – Voice Your Desire for a Greener Campus

Faculty members are invited to participate in one of the upcoming Master Plan forums. To accommodate teaching schedules, two forums are scheduled – October 19th, 2:30pmin the Ragsdale Center – Jones Auditorium and October 20th, 9 a.m. in Main Building,… Continue Reading →

Staff Master Plan Forum: Oct 18- Voice Your Desire for a Greener Campus

Staff members are invited to participate in the upcoming Master Plan forum. Sasaki Associates, Inc., a consulting and design firm, will host the forum on Tuesday, October 18, 4pm in the JBWS – Carter Auditorium. In this discovery phase of… Continue Reading →

“The Climate Change Challenge and Implications for National Security” By U.S. Navy Rear Admiral (Ret.) David W. Titley: Oct. 4

On Tuesday evening October 4, the Kozmetsky Center will feature a lecture presented by U.S. Navy Rear Admiral (Ret.) David W. Titley, Ph.D., Professor of Practice in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science at Pennsylvania State University.  Dr. Titley… Continue Reading →

TONIGHT! Author Kelsey Timmerman Discusses Food Justice and His Latest Book, “Where Am I Eating?”

On October 3rd from 7:00-9:00 P.M. in the Recreation and Convocation Center Gym, please join us for a talk given by the Freshman Studies Common Theme speaker, author Kelsey Timmerman. Timmerman is a journalist who decided to trace where his… Continue Reading →

Hilltop Views Report: Bon Appétit charging for to-go boxes in effort to be more sustainable

In its continued efforts to become more sustainable, Bon Appétit recently announced that it will be charging 25 cents per compostable to-go container across its on-campus dining halls. Their goal is to start promoting the use of their reusable plastic… Continue Reading →

Center for Ethics and Leadership 2016-17 Programming Chock-Full of Interesting Events

The Center for Ethics and Leadership (CEL) recently announced its 2016-17 programming schedule, and among their many exciting offerings they will be hosting five events that are directly related to sustainability! From a talk by Environmental Scientist and Project Manager… Continue Reading →

New Outdoor Recycling Bins on the Hilltop

As the weather warms up and you stroll across campus, you may notice some new additions to our beautiful grounds. These combination recycling and waste bins were recently procured by our Facilities Department in order to help St. Edward’s comply… Continue Reading →

SGA puts smoking, green fund resolutions on election’s ballot

Originally written by Andrea Guzman for Hilltop Views The Student Government Association added two referendums to the ballot this voting season, which include a green fund and a tobacco smoke-free campus. During a formal Senate meeting on March 31, the… Continue Reading →

World Water Day: March 22

Join Students for Sustainability and Tap the Hilltop on Tuesday, March 22nd for World Water Day to learn about water issues around the world and how you can help solve them! They will be in the Ragsdale Lobby from 11:30am… Continue Reading →

Don’t Forget to Take Advantage of Our Campus Office Supplies Online Swap Center

Here on the Hilltop, what happens when you’ve got an item that’s still functioning but you just don’t need it anymore? Or when you need something that you imagine others on campus might have a surplus of? That’s when Melodee… Continue Reading →

St. Edward’s launches Farm to Work on the Hilltop

The Office of Human Resources and the Sustainability Office are excited to announce that the Farm to Work program will start at St. Edward’s. The Sustainable Food Center has matched Braune Farms (pronounced “brownie”) out of Seguin, TX with St…. Continue Reading →

Increasing Recycling on the Hilltop

The City of Austin’s new requirement is for businesses to recycle 50% of their waste, a 1:1 ratio of recycling to trash! We Hilltoppers need to do all that we can to decrease our input of recyclable materials into landfills…. Continue Reading →

Fusion Discussion Group- Pope Francis’ Encyclical on Environmentalism: January 20

Students, faculty and staff are invited to a lunchtime discussion facilitated by Dr. Jack Green Musselman, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Ethics and Leadership, related to Pope Francis’ Encyclical on Environmentalism.  Lunch will be provided…. Continue Reading →

Shut Down Sustainably for the Holidays

We all play an important role in reducing our energy and conserving resources on campus. Taking five minutes to complete five small actions before you go will reduce energy use and support the Hilltop Community in achieving our sustainability goals!… Continue Reading →

4 New Water Bottle Refilling Stations Installed on Campus

Thanks to Facilities, St. Edward’s University now has four new water bottle filling stations! The stations have been installed in East Hall, Dujarié Hall, Basil Moreau Hall, and the Village. These filling stations provide convenient locations for students to fill… Continue Reading →

Texas Arbor Day Tree Planting: November 6

Join us on Friday, November 6th, from 12:00-12:30pm to celebrate Texas Arbor Day! The Office of Sustainability and Facilities have partnered to celebrate this event with a quick tree planting outside of the JBW Natural Science Center. Facilities staff will… Continue Reading →

Tap the Hilltop Launches on Campus: Check Out Our Video to Learn More

Plastic water bottles always end up recycled, right? Not quite. Did you know that out of the 60 million plastic water bottles used every day in the US, only 23% of those actually get recycled? The rest are sent to… Continue Reading →

Campus Sustainability Day: Wednesday, Oct 28

Join Students for Sustainability, Tap the Hilltop, and the Office of Sustainability for Campus Sustainability Day on Wednesday, October 28 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on the Ragsdale Lawn! Campus Sustainability Day allows for students, faculty, and staff at… Continue Reading →

St. Edward’s University to receive 3-Star Rating from Austin Energy

Press release authored by Austin Energy. At St. Edward’s University in Austin, students are witness to the Catholic university’s commitment to protecting the environment through sustainable development as the campus grows along with the city. At 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, … Continue Reading →

Join Us for the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi Festivities 2015

Thursday, October 1st – Thursday, October 8th Take the St. Francis Pledge and Commit to Climate Change We invite you to take the Pledge by tying a ribbon around the tree on the southeast end of Holy Cross Hall lawn…. Continue Reading →

Local Coffee Served in All Campus Dining Facilities

Beginning this fall, Bon Appetit will begin selling locally-roasted, organic, fair trade coffee from Texas Coffee Traders in all campus dining halls. Texas Coffee Traders has been operating from a restored warehouse in east Austin since 1994 where it roasts its… Continue Reading →

Gold and Blue Makes it Green! New Student Orientation has Become More Sustainable With App and Digital Materials

New students are entering St. Edward’s University already having a sense of our community’s dedication to sustainability. Rather than printing this year’s orientation schedule, maps, local tourism information, etc., incoming students and parents have the information at their fingerprints without… Continue Reading →

Students for Sustainability Awarded Political and Social Interest Organization

Apart from the two awards Students for Sustainability (SFS) recently received: Student Organization of the Year and Emerging Leader of the 2014-2015 awarded to Mary Katherine Belknap’s (voted Vice President of SFS), the student organization was also awarded Political and… Continue Reading →

Biodiversity of Texas Seagrass Habitats: Who Gives a Fish? With Paula Raelynn Deaton of Biological Sciences

Faculty Talks: St. Ed’s Professors Discuss Their Scholarly and Creative Work The Center for Teaching Excellence and Office of Sponsored Programs invite all faculty and staff to join us for the final event of our spring 2015 series of faculty… Continue Reading →

Bon Appétit Makes it Easy to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in Dining Halls

St. Edward’s University and Bon Appétit have paired up to make it easier for us to reduce our carbon footprint on campus. Each dining hall has a row of disposal bins that include trash, compost, and recyclables with helpful posters displayed above… Continue Reading →

Bon Appétit Provides Eco-Clamshells in Campus Cafeterias

he eco-clamshell is one of Bon Appétit’s sustainability initiatives to help St. Edward’s University stay a green campus. These clamshells are made out of 100% recyclable matter and are reusable. The clamshells come in three styles: your traditional-sized to-go box,… Continue Reading →

Students for Sustainability Garden Gets Recharged

In an effort between our great Students for Sustainability (SFS) members and the fabulous garden coordinator, Devin Herd, SFS has been able to restart our school garden, which is located on the north side of Teresa hall. Devin actually got… Continue Reading →

Make Your Own Valentine From Recycled Paper on Feb. 11

Students for Sustainability will be selling Valentine’s Day cards from handmade recycled paper Wednesday February 11th from 11:00-1:30p.m in the Ragsdale Lobby. Please come stop by! Here’s a word from Caitlin Coghlan, Students for Sustainability Events Coordinator and Expert in… Continue Reading →

CEL Speaker Series: Alexandra Toma, “Views of a Washington Insider”, Climate Change, Human Rights, and More

CEL Speaker Series: Alexandra Toma, “Everything You Wanted to Know About D.C. Policy (and Policymaking), But Were Afraid to Ask: Views of a Washington Insider” Thursday, January 29 at 4pm in Fleck Hall 305 September 11, 2001, was a day… Continue Reading →

Facilities Uniforms Get A New Lease On Life

With all the hard work that our Facilities crew does, it’s not surprising that their uniforms wear out over time. On December 9th, 2014, those old uniforms began getting a new lease on life! JOSCO, a locally-owned and operated textile… Continue Reading →

Styrofoam Recycling Pilot Program at St. Edward’s Now in Action

SEU recycles styrofoam! Clean and dry styrofoam (no packing peanuts, sorry) can be dropped off in the collection box located in JBWN outside of room 120. Collection dates: Every day Convenient drop off location in JBWN, outside room 118 Remove… Continue Reading →

An Evening Lecture with Dr. Robert Musil- “Rachel Carson: Environment, Science, and Faith?”

On September 23rd, 2014, national environmental leader and author of Rachel Carson and Her Sisters: Extraordinary Women Who Have Shaped America’s Environment (Rutgers, 2014), Dr. Robert K. Musil reveals surprising facts about the iconic Carson, her beliefs, and what she… Continue Reading →

St. Edward’s Green Ambassadors to Host Green Living Fair

St. Edward’s University’s Green Ambassadors will be hosting a Green Living Fair on Thursday, February 27th from 11am-2pm in the Mabee Ballrooms. Guests will include Bon Appetit, car2go, Capital Metro, AquaSprouts, Students for Sustainability, Small Steps, and more. The fair… Continue Reading →

New Compact Fluorescent Lights Improve Recreation Center Energy Efficiency

The Facilities staff at St. Edward’s University recently replaced the overhead lights at the pool area in the Recreation and Convocation Center building. The pool previously had 14 metal halide lamps installed. These were replaced by more energy-efficient compact fluorescent… Continue Reading →

Sustainability in the New John Brooks Williams Complex

In 2006, the first half of the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center, the north building, opened. In 2013, the John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center – South Building was completed and it is beautiful.  It was also designed with… Continue Reading →

Munday Library and Its Green Features

Now that the newly renovated Munday Library is completed, we can now observe some of the energy efficient and environmentally sustainable impacts it has! The area of the library has been increased by nearly 10,000 square feet and electricity consumption… Continue Reading →

CEO of National Wildlife Federation Speaks at St. Edward’s University

On October 4, 2012, Larry J. Schweiger, President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation spoke to the Environmental Politics and Policy class at St. Edward’s University. Mr. Schweiger gave an engaging presentation using interactive graphics, charts and statistics that… Continue Reading →

Armagardden – Sustainability Art Installation by Jeff Schmuki

Armagardden, An installation by Jeff Schmuki Including collaborative works by Wendy Deschene Exhibition Dates: Sept. 7-27, 2012 Artist Lecture: Friday, Sept. 7, 5 p.m., ARTS 113 Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 7, 6-8 p.m.  Artist Statement: Not Far Into the Future…. The year… Continue Reading →

Are You Passionate About the Environment? Reusable Clamshells at Bon Appétit

Bon Appétit is now offering greener, sustainable options for your to-go meals. We have replaced the plastic disposable containers with disposable, compostable paper ones. Also, if you take your meals out on a regular basis, you can purchase a reusable… Continue Reading →

More Bike Racks on Campus

Being sustainable at St. Edward’s is getting easier by the day. Dozens of bike racks are currently being installed around campus for use by students, faculty and staff. Biking has a wide variety of benefits. Leave your car at home… Continue Reading →

Student Garden Uplift: You Can Also be Part of it!

On a sunny Saturday (March 3, 2012), members of St. Edward’s Students for Sustainability (SFS) Organization congregated to prepare the campus garden and plant. Several students spent approximately five hours amending the soil and planting. Transplants and seeds were planted… Continue Reading →

Time to Celebrate! Single-Stream Recycling

Time to celebrate!  The success of St. Edward’s single-stream recycling switch has showed a whopping 23% increase in collection of recyclables since September 2011! Recycling is worth celebrating because it is a critical way we can reduce waste while increasing… Continue Reading →

LED Lights in the Parking Garage: A New Sustainability Initiative

Last semester, the Facilities Department conducted a study to reduce electric consumption in the parking garage. The existing lights consume approximately 125 watts per fixture. Some fixtures burn 24 hours per day, others burn only when it is dark. A… Continue Reading →

Going Paperless – A More Sustainable Campus

In the past 12 months, the Business Office and Human Resources have made great strides towards a more sustainable campus by undertaking the following paperless initiatives:     Converted the final 100 employees receiving paper checks to paperless     Replaced paper… Continue Reading →

Single-Stream Recycling at St. Edward’s

St. Edward’s University is transforming the way we manage recyclable materials and phasing in a new single-stream recycling pilot program across campus. The new system will bring convenience, long-term cost savings and enhanced sustainability. Single stream recycling means that all… Continue Reading →

Recycling ink cartridges on campus

Learn how to recycle your ink cartridges and toner here.

Hilltop Views Report: Composting not present on campus

Click here to read the full article.

Hilltop Views Report: Cafeteria receives runner-up spot on list of buyers who go local

Click here to read a Hilltop Views article, titled “Cafeteria receives runner-up spot on list of buyers who go local”.

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