Truman Celebrates Earth Week

Truman Student Government is sponsoring a number of events April 22-25 to commemorate Earth Week. Check out the schedule of events below.

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Bear Creek
4:30 p.m.
April 22
Meet at the northwest corner of Patterson and Franklin.

Earth Week Kick-Off
5-7 p.m.
April 22
Second Life Projects will be displayed on the quad, accompanied with performances by High Street, TruMen, USMED Belly Dancers, Swingers, Minor Detail and Sweet Nothings.

Growing the Abundance of Life

6 p.m.
April 22
Baldwin Hall Little Theatre
Wolfgang Hoeschele, professor of geography, will be giving his last lecture before he moves to Germany.

“The Last Mountain” Documentary
8:30 p.m.
April 23
Student Union Building Alumni Room
“The Last Mountain” is a documentary that talks about the consequences of mining and burning coal, particularly in the Appalachian mountains.

Student Panel Discussion about the Environment
6 p.m.
April 24
Student Union Building Georgian Room A
The panel will consist of students that will be speaking on current issues in the environment. This is designed to be a discussion among students, not a presentation. Come with questions and an enthusiasm to talk about Mother Earth.

Using Eco-Friendly Products

10 a.m.-2 p.m.
April 25
The Mall
Make sure to stop by the table outside the Student Union Building where students can learn how to use common household products in a more eco-savy way.

For more information about Earth Week events at Truman, contact
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