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CSUEB Earth Week: Tuesday, April 23 events

  • April 23, 2013 5:00am

Reposting from Cal State East Bay Earth Week Web site

Join CSUEB Sustainability for the following Earth Week activities, games and giveaways from11:00am-2:00pm on the Agora Stage:

Clothing Swap: We are hosting an all campus clothing swap. Bring clothes, shoes & accessories to Agora Stage to swap or donate. 

Rock the Bike:  Check out the musical tunes from Rock the Bike DJ and pedal the bike for power.

Recycled Art Contest: All CSUEB Students are eligible to enter the Recycled Art Contest. All entries must use recycled materials and provide a description of materials used.  Each participant is responsible to display art piece at Agora Stage on Tuesday, April 23rd 12:00pm. Art pieces will then be collected and displayed on Wednesday, April 24th during the dance performance. 

YERT Film Screening - UU MPR - 6:30pm: YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip) is a year-long eco-expedition through all 50 United States. With video camera in hand and tongue in cheek, they explore the landscape of America's unique approach to environmental sustainability.

For more information, come to the RAW or call 510-885-4749.

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