Areas of campus are being blocked off and no longer mowed to promote biodiversity and chemical-free landscaping.
Do you know where your dining hall food comes from? Well, Multimedia Reporter Kayla Campbell explains that it comes closer than you think.
Students and staff alike are working towards making campus more ecologically sound for future Bulldogs.
While it can be comforting to have a particular schedule to follow every day, that type of situation also does not provide the growth and expansive learning that the ICR can provide.
Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability, CUES, Green Grad program rewards students for living sustainably.
Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman reports on what the CUES farm has to offer at Butler.
Conflict between SGA and diversity leaders arises after two DEI vetoes from the SGA President. Director of DESB resigns.
Students and faculty look for ways to improve sustainability on campus.
Students learn about nutrition while eating a meal made from produce grown in the Irvington garden beds
Why there are so many dead birds on campus, and what the university is doing to help.