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NMSU receives Bronze Star rating on AASHE STARS report

November 16, 2011 by Kristina Medley, NMSU News Center The New Mexico State University Office of Sustainability participated in the Sustainability Tracking and Assessment Reporting System this year for the first time, and the university received a Bronze Star rating….
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Re-Pete program provides another option for the NMSU community to go green

April 12, 2011 by Kristina M. Medley @NMSU A new online program at New Mexico State University, similar to Craigslist or eBay, gives faculty and staff the opportunity to conserve department money by recycling. The purpose of Re-Pete, the NMSU…
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Hard hats hit campus

May 7, 2010 by Avra Elliott NMSU Round Up Some university projects completed while others get underway When students return in the fall there will be new additions and buildings to greet them on campus, said the New Mexico State…
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Atlantic Monthly: Beating Obesity

May 2010. Retrieved online: May 4, 2010, from Marc Ambinder, Atlantic Monthly magazine Read the Atlantic Monthly magaize article “Beating Obesity” for reference to Dr. Collin Payne’s research. …Over the past two decades, as the U.S. economy shed manufacturing jobs,…
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A day to celebrate mother nature

April 22, 2010 by Shannon Ostrowsky NMSU Round Up Students invited to examine new ways to help the environment Today marks the 40th national celebration of Earth Day, and to celebrate, community environmental activists say students can make simple changes…
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LCSN: BigBelly is a big hit for Earth Day

April 21, 2010.. Retrieved online: April 21, 2010, from Suzanne Michaels, Las Cruces Sun-News The only recycling solar compactor in Las Cruces — “BigBelly” — was a big hit at its Earth Day debut at Young Park on Saturday. Young…
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Year of Sustainability enforcer selected to serve elsewhere

October 19, 2009 by Kristina Medley NMSU Round Up Sustainability goals still on track The New Mexico State University Sustainability Council will continue to work to accomplish the 12 goals for the 2009 Year of Sustainability set by former Interim…
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Got the Grades?

October 12, 2009 by Kristina Medley NMSU Round Up NMSU received “C-” on green report card New Mexico State University received a “C-” on the College Sustainability Report Card, raising questions and causing student leadership to plan ahead for the…
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NMSU’s Great Conversations covers wide range from green building to dangers in Juarez

September 24, 2009 by Justin Bannister NMSU NewsCenter Looking for a great conversation on green living, the healthcare debate or even the National Parks Service? Look no further than New Mexico State University’s Great Conversations, a fundraising dinner for students…
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