For all the people in the Shoutbox who were asking, here’s how to never waste a piece of organic food material again. Writes Zach Burns ’14:
Ever feel guilty tossing a banana peel into the trash? Pick up a compost bucket on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday night from 7:00-10:00pm in Olin or Wes Shop. Every apple core and egg shell that you toss into your blue bucket is ultimately used as fertilizer at Long Lane Farm. You don’t pee in the sink, so don’t throw compost in the garbage! Buckets are waiting for you!
Date: September 16th, 17th, and 18th
Time: 7-10 pm
Place: Olin or WeShop
Trash photos from High Rise, Nics, Hewitt, WestCo, and Fauv—I mean, Bennet Hall.
When students leave campus, trash remains. In some dorms (sup, Clark), the filth piles literally to the ceiling while dumpster divers abound in the parking lots below.
Last Sunday, BZOD and I took a brief trek through campus dorms to survey the trash. Clark and Fauver were already well groomed for Reunion Weekend, but High Rise was especially foul. Here’s a peak.
In other dorm-life news, the Fauver sign has officially been changed to “Bennet Hall.” Scroll on for a photo via Yu Vongkiatkajorn ’13.
. . . with the smell of garbage:
Bitch bitch, moan moan, clean up your trash, don’t let the hill be an embarrassment. Thanks.