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Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. John’s

April 22, 2019

Between weekly recycling volunteers and an AP Environmental Science class, St. John’s students and faculty have become active participants in promoting environmentalism. This special Earth Day package features video of students’ volunteer work and coverage of other environmentalism-related issues at St. John’s. Click on a marker below to access our exclusive online content.

Illustration and animations by Celine Huang.
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Ryan Chang is a senior, and this is his fourth year on The Review. While he isn't managing the website, he enjoys listening to music, watching comic book...

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One Response to “Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. John’s”

  1. Linda Daichman on May 16th, 2019 11:27 PM

    Just an idea for a story. Michael Daichman got to go on. Tiger Cruise. This is an opportunity for friends and family of US Navy Sailors to experience life on the aircraft carrier they are assigned to. Michael spent May 13-17 on board the USS John C. Stennis.

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