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Bison Go Green
The University launched its long awaited recycling initiative on September 18, during a press conference on the main yard. The program is designed to reduce Howard’s carbon footprint and environmental impact. Recycling bins have been placed in residence halls and administrative buildings as the first phase of the initiative, which seeks to identify areas of heavy waste production.

The program is the product of a partnership between student activism surrounding sustainability and the administration’s effort to move Howard in a progressive direction.

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