ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Focusing on everything from nature, parks and oceans to environmental racism, climate change and land rights, the Cassandra Voss Center is always finding new and exciting ways to celebrate this year’s theme “Green: Reimagining Environment.” Their most recent event, a live food demo by Dr. Ben Chan and Dr. Joel… Read More “Master Chef” with Chan and Mann
ANNA DENUCCI | FEATURES COLUMNIST We have probably all seen or heard at some point in our lives, especially recently, about climate change. We have definitely experienced the wacky weather from blizzards in April to heat-strokes in Nov. The newest United Nations report states that the rising temperatures have accelerated to a threatening rate for… Read More Saving Earth One Meeting at a Time
ASHLEY STREETER | NEWS CORRESPONDENT The Cassandra Voss Center, on the corner of Grant and Third Street, was created in 2013 by the father of Casandra Voss ’08 to honor her memory after she passed away from a car accident in 2007. Cassandra was a double major in English and Women and Gender Studies, with… Read More The CVC Goes GREEN
ANNA DENUCCI | FEATURES COLUMNIST Our Earth and the human impact on it have been a hot topic for awhile now. There is, and has always been, a lot of controversy revolving around the predicament of the environment and how we influence our planet. Can’t Mother Nature just do her own thing, and we can… Read More Earth Day: What You Can Do
AMY STEL | FEATURES COLUMNIST Wisconsin is a state known to have crazy weather, especially during the winter months, but 60 degree weather in February is almost unheard of, well, not anymore. Warm weather is never unwelcome, and is a nice change when St. Norbert has been enduring the freezing temperatures of the frozen tundra… Read More Climate Change is Real!
SETH HOFFMEISTER & MAGGIE McCONNAHA ’18 The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) just released the 2015 National Environmental Scorecard, which evaluates the most anti-environmental Congress in our history. This is in direct contrast to President Obama, who led the way on combating climate change and conserving our environment. Too many members of Congress were complicit… Read More National Environmental Scorecard: Ron Johnson Scores Zero