The semester is in full swing at Chapman but as summer approaches it’s important to keep dorm residence move out in mind. During move out season you may find donation bins around the dorm areas. This year Chapman along with the Sustainability Department are implementing new guidelines and categories for donations and recycling. Proper recycling has always been a top priority across campus and now Chapman wants to ensure that the dorm community is doing their part. Check out the upcoming Sustainability Newsletter highlighting the changes made for dorm donations and recycling!
Consider committing to Meatless Mondays, vegetarianism, or veganism. Through purchasing whole foods such as fruits, veggies, grains, seeds, and legumes, you might be surprised with how much money you can save by cutting out animal products or processed foods while staying healthy at the same time! Stay tuned for our plant-based guide for Chapman and
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we think that calls for some ideas on how to have an eco-conscious holiday! Whether you’ll be a host or a guest this year, you can help reduce your environmental impact for this feast 1. Reuse Use reusable utensils, plates, and glasses for dinner instead of plastic dinnerware