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GET RECYCLED ELECTRONICS & FURNITURE FOR A DEAL AT WSU

"Don't Waste Weber"
This is a student created video that explains what property management is and what it has to offer students.
By Emma Corbett, Laura Garcia and Spencer Nielson

 

EASILY RECYCLE YOUR ELECTRONICS & PRESCRIPTIONS

"How to recycle items that are otherwise considered toxic waste"
Watch a video created by WSU Students and lean how easy recycling perscriptions and old electronics can be. 
By Tyrone Perry, Karlie McKinnon and Sarah Jackson

 

REUSE: MAKE CUPS OUT OF BOTTLES

“Reduce, REUSE, Recyle”

Increase your awareness of reusing common items for other purposes in an effort to help reduce waste.
By Kylie Coats, Jeff Cutler and Jordan Gold

SUICIDE PREVENTION 

This project includes a series of posters that show how having a different perspective can influence someone's life.  The purpose of the project is to raise awareness, improve personal behavior, and increase public engagement about suicide and suicide prevention.

By Kristi Mak, Kelsey Kingdon and Sylvana Kelley

The Food Recovery Network

The Food Recovery Network is the largest student movement against food waste and hunger in America.  We empower individuals, communities and food businesses to change the way they view and handle food surplus. Our goal is to make sweeping systems change across the food industry. Food recovery can and will replace food waste as the food industry norm, in large part because it is in the best interest of food businesses to participate. Successfully generating this shift will mean significantly reducing hunger and greenhouse gas emissions at the same time.

The WSU FRN Chapter has contributed over 3000 pounds of food was totaling to approximately $8500 of donations.

Community Engaged Leaders

Weber State Community Engaged Leaders devote their time to making change on campus and in their communities.

Check out the good work that the student leaders and students just like them do.