The College’s Water Watch, the sole presenter in front of the Student Finance Board on Wednesday, April 10, was funded for $115 to be used toward their “Earth Week” program.
“They were really prepared and I really liked it,” freshman representative Brandon Klein said. Klein motioned to fully fund Water Watch’s event.
Earth Week will have daily events including Monday’s “Earth Day,” Tuesday’s “Flower Sale,” Wednesday’s “Garden Day,” Thursday’s “Green-Consumption Day” and Friday’s “Clean Up Day.”
These events will take place during the week of April 22 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Brower Student Center and will be free to all students.