Red Goes Green

To Veto or Not to Veto

Greetings fellow Hornets! I hope that all of you thoroughly enjoyed Lynchburg’s first snow day, and are ready to take on the cold weeks ahead of us. The next few weeks are going to be busy on both the national and local environmental fronts. Read more ›

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Welcome Back!

Greetings fellow Hornets! Welcome back and thanks again for joining me for the next article of Red Goes Green. In case you haven’t heard, Lynchburg College has enrolled in Recyclemania, a national competition that promotes recycling on school campuses. After measuring all of the recycling produced within acollege, they calculate the per capita recycling rate for that school. They are on the hunt for the school whose students have the best recycling habits. Read more ›

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Keystone XL Pipeline

Hello all! Once again, thank you for joining me for my next article of Red Goes Green. Today I’m writing about the highly debated political topic of the Keystone XL pipeline. Read more ›

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Installing a Rain Garden on Campus

  Greetings fellow Hornets! Thanks again for joining me for the next blog of Red Goes Green. I’m sure by now that you have all noticed activity at the entrance to the school. But what exactly is going on? Read more ›

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Goodbye College Lake?

 Hello all! Thanks for joining me once again for the next post of Red Goes Green. Today I’m very excited to share a number of things with you, but most significant is the status of the College Lake Dam. Read more ›

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Environmental Progress in Lynchburg

Hello all, and thanks for joining me again! Today, I’m going to discuss some exciting things that have been going on here at LC and in the local community over the past week. The events might already be over, but keep reading to find out some more ways that you can get involved! Read more ›

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The Ocean Cleanup

Hello everybody! Thanks for joining me for my second blog of the year! Today I will discuss the health of our oceans, and the incredible idea of a 19-year-old boy with a goal to clean it up. Read more ›

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People’s Climate March

Hello everyone and thanks for joining me for my first blog of the year! I’m very excited that my first blog will be covering a very significant environmental event. If you’ve taken a look at the news lately you will most likely have heard about the People’s Climate March, one of the world’s largest and most influential environmental events of our decade. Read more ›

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Farewell, Hornets!!

Greetings, fellow Hornets! The time has finally come for me to compose my final blog. As most of us are preparing for exam week or graduation, I want to thank you all for helping to make my Lynchburg College experience more wonderful than I could have ever imagined. It truly is always a good day to be a Hornet! Read more ›

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The Importance of Environmental Education

Hello, fellow Hornets! I hope that you are all prepared for your last full week of classes! Finals are right around the corner! This week I would like to focus my blog on the importance of environmental education for all people, regardless of educational or personal interests. I hope that after reading this blog, you will recognize the significance that environmental education can have on anyone’s life. Read more ›

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