Tag Archives: trash

5 ways you can avoid alienating your roommate

1 – Take out the trash. The trash can in a common area is communal. This does not mean you should fill up the trash can – all on your own – and leave it full in a communal space, ...

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Trashique: A Whole Lot of Garbage! [gallery]

Hundreds of people gathered at the Fresno Art Museum Saturday for Trashique, a benefit fashion show that utilizes recycled materials to create clothing. Proceeds from the event benefit the Fresno Art Museum’s education and exhibition programs. Fresno Art Museum executive ...

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University recycling efforts considered subpar

When it comes to making Fresno State a cleaner campus, it appears that other schools, not only in the San Joaquin Valley, but scattered throughout California are ahead of the curve. Although there are a few small blue recycling bins setup around campus, some students and faculty alike feel there is not enough designated recycling receptacles on school grounds.

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Parking lot trash continues to be a problem

Finding on-campus parking can often be a daunting task, except in one spot. Located on the southwest side of Fresno State’s campus, just west of the University Courtyard dorms is a parking lot that often has many open spaces, as well as an abundance of garbage littering in the aisles and gutters.

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Campus recycling, digging deeper

With a decrease in outside recycle bins and the persistent rumors that Fresno State is not keeping up with the city of Fresno’s recycling efforts, concern remains over the status of the recycling program on campus.

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Recycled rumor trashed

Photo Illustration by Matt Weir / The Collegian Many students and faculty are confused about the current status of the recycling program on campus. With recent layoffs and retirements, word has surfaced that the recycling program is no longer operating ...

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Students join river cleanup

A flatbed truck approached the RiverTree Volunteers’ cleanup site, just steps away from the San Joaquin River.

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