Eco-Reps keep students informed on sustainability

This year, Saint Michael’s College has three student Environmental-Representatives (Eco-Reps) on campus. These Eco-Reps are undergraduate leaders with a goal of informing students about sustainability issues as well as leading initiatives for improving the sustainable practices on campus. This year, the Eco-Reps are tackling the project of completing an AASHE STARS report for the college. […]

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Biologist McCabe’s trail camera talk draws a crowd

Inspired by the great success of Saint Michael’s biology Professor Declan McCabe in capturing wonderful wildlife photos with his trail cameras throughout the campus’s Natural Area in recent years, a large crowd on the evening of February 24 learned technical and strategic tips from the professor on selecting, using and optimally deploying these outdoor cameras. […]

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New Tree Nursery Garden

An Ecological Restoration class at Saint Michael’s College has brought new life to campus as students utilized an empty plot of land in front of the Dion Student Center to establish a Tree Nursery Garden. This project would allow more “location-based education” for Saint Michael’s students, using the natural area as a classroom to build […]

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Grad has idea, a clean-water game-changer

Growing up between pristine Lake George and the polluted Hudson River in Queensbury, N.Y., Colin Gaunt ’19 found himself thinking and caring a lot about the benefits of clean water. Now his Saint Michael’s College student experiences have put him in a position to do something about it on a potentially global scale. Selected for […]

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Speaker on new nonprofit

David Radcliffe, director of the New Community Project, led a discussion at Saint Michael’s College Wednesday evening, April 3, in the Roy Event Center of the Dion Family Student Center centered on environmental concerns and how we can take better care of our planet. The New Community Project is relatively new nonprofit organization, founded in […]

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