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Columbia’s many Environmental clubs have joined together under CU Green Umbrella to bring you No Impact Week, a chance to better understand about the way we affect our environment, and what we can do to reduce our impact. (All while eating plenty of free food!) A full schedule of events is available on the group website, and more detailed descriptions of […]

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No Impact Week

No Impact Week starts today! This event from Green Umbrella aims to create a consciousness about the impact of everything we do on our environment. A paradox to mull over: making an impact by not impacting. Contemplate how your life as a Columbia student affects the world around you…playing frisbee on the lawn, eating at […]

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