Changing the World One Plastic Bag at a Time

Did you know that Americans use 100 billion plastic bags over the course of one year? If this number seems startling, think about all your quick late-night Target runs when the cashier puts your snacks in a plastic bag, or your weekly Hy-Vee trips when every few items...

4 Reasons to Get Involved with the SEED Garden

The WSU SEED Garden is an initiative that adds to our university’s rich culture, but at the same time, not many students know much about it.     What is the WSU SEED Garden? The WSU S.E.E.D. (Sustainable, Edible, Education, Discovery) Garden is a project that was...

Getting Your Green-Thumb On: Three Tips for Living Plastic-Free

I have been seeing many videos on Facebook lately about living a plastic-free lifestyle and it seems to be a new trend. People are becoming much more eco-conscious about trying to reduce their waste and I too have been on board with this movement. Unfortunately,...

Being a Good Neighbor

2017 WSU Homecoming! The statement itself gets me pumped up, and if you’ve ever attended a WSU’s homecoming, I know you’re excited too. One thing most students agree on is how fun our homecoming is. With people galore and purple everywhere, homecoming weekend is one...

Creating Community with a SEED

WSU did something new and exciting this past spring by planting a Sustainable, Edible, Education Discovery (SEED) Garden! Beginning construction of the SEED Garden. Photo Credit: Jackson Ramsland ’18 Here is a picture of the garden after the very first seeds...

Get Acquainted With Arbor Day And Earth Day

First off, lets makes sure we know the difference between the Arbor Day and Earth Day. Arbor Day’s purpose is to plant more trees in the community, while Earth Day’s purpose is to pay attention to the condition the environment is in and what we can do to help it....