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200 Days in the Life of the College

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Friday, April 22

If it doesn't grow, it's got to go

Cynthia Batista ’13, working under the Martin’s Way Bridge, is one of about 15 students who pitch in for a campus-wide cleanup sponsored by the Hamilton Environmental Action Group (HEAG) and the Arboretum Association to mark Earth Day. “I think the cleanup is an important community-building activity that can really get people invested in helping make the campus a greener place,” says HEAG’s Katherine Costa ’12. “I for one had no idea how much trash there was on this campus until I saw it all collected.” The cleanup is one of several annual Green Week activities organized by HEAG. Adds the group’s Jen Santoro ’11: “Green Week is important for Hamilton because it provides at least a short-term campus-wide opportunity for students to get involved in environmental issues.”

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