New recycling initiatives on
By HEATHER NORMAN
campus with help from Pepsi Co.
In efforts to become a more sustainable campus, Pepsi Co. is jump-starting the recycling campaign at Georgetown College with a donation of 25 large recycling bins to distribute in locations where heavy student congestion occurs. This is an initiative to make recycling more of a priority on our campus and to reduce our growing amount of waste deposited in a landfill each week. Pepsi Co. is using Georgetown College as a pilot school to determine the most effective way to encourage sustainable practices on small college campuses. A group of students have decided upon the following locations for the recycling bins:
1. In the Caf by the conveyor belt
2. Outside the Caf
3. Mailroom area
4. Outside the C-Store near the main entrance to the Grille
5. The Store
6. Entrance to Asher on the middle level
7. Entrance to the Rec
8. Entrance to the workout room in the Rec
9. Outside the Mulberry
10. Entrance to the LRC
11. Second floor of the LRC
12. Third floor of the LRC
13. Chapel basement
14. Cooke Memorial main hallway on the bottom floor
15. Basement of Anderson outside the classrooms
16. Admissions Office
17. Main hallway of the Art Building
18. Davis-Reid Alumni Gymnasium main entrance
19. Alumni Gym beside concession stand
20. Pawling Hall, first floor, Jackson side
21. Pawling Hall, first floor, Caf side
22. Student Wellness Center
The last three recycling bins are used for special events around campus.
This semester, Pepsi Co. will sponsor a video challenge where students have the opportunity to create the slogan for the sustainability and recycling campaign. This video challenge will include various prizes to the winners provided by Pepsi Co.
More details will be available soon. If you have any ideas, know of any locations on campus that would be well-suited for a recycling bin, or would like to become involved in these efforts, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Multi-Media Artist Stein March 3
Linda Stein, best known for her figurative sculpture, is bringing her traveling multi-media exhibition— “The Fluidity of Gender”—to the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery March 3-April 7. Meet the New York City-based artist at the opening reception from 5-7 p.m. on March 3; she’ll lecture about her work from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
The show is a continuation of “Knights,” her series which consisted of metal, “amazon-like” human torso forms. Now, however, she has created a new series of torso sculptures made of leather with metal and/or an overlay of comic strip sections featuring “Wonder Woman.”
Founder/President of the nonprofit corp. HAVE ART: WILL TRAVEL! Inc., Stein focuses on empowering male and female gender roles for greater peace and equality. She is art editor of “On the Issues” Magazine, and in her writings and lectures, she explores sexism in the art world and elsewhere. For more information, visit her website: www.LindaStein.com or go to www.HaveArtWillTravel.org.-Press Release
Georgetown Word and Image Week
Tuesday, April 12
12 p.m.- 8 p.m. “Poetry Block” installation and opening with Dr. Emma Bolden and Students. Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery.
Wednesday, April 13
12 p.m. – 8 p.m. “Poetry Block” participatory exhibition evening. Spoken Word Performance with Tyneka McDaniel & Friends. Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery.
Thursday, April 14
12 p.m. – 8 p.m. “Poetry Block” participatory exhibition. Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery.
6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Open House: The Heart of Printing and Binding: Larkspur Press. Scott County Arts & Cultural Center
7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. “The History of Small Presses in Central Kentucky” by Jim Birchfield. Cardome Center.
Friday, April 15
2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Visual-Concrete Poetry Talk with Josh Hamilton. Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery
Saturday, April 16
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Teacher/Student Workshop Registration/Larkspur Press Exhibition. Scott County Arts & Cultural Center.
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. 8th-12th grade Teacher & Student Collaborative Poetry and Book Arts Workshop with Emma Bolden, Carolann Fried and J. Daniel Graham. Anne Wright Wilson Fine