Care for Our Common Home
Stories by Madeline Hueske ('19) | Illustrations by Tracy Martin
Cape Kiwanda – a rugged, windswept peninsula on the Oregon Coast – is the reason I’m an environmental studies major. A few years ago, tourists there destroyed a sandstone pillar that had been a symbol of peace to me since my childhood days watching waves crash into rocks. At once I knew my purpose: to protect the places I hold so dear.
That, in essence, is really what sustainability is about.
Learn how Gonzaga seeks to improve the care of our common home, and the ways students, faculty and alumni are helping to protect the special places where we live, work and play.
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Gonzaga Magazine — which first featured this story on sustainability — is printed on a stock called “Conservation” – it’s 100% post-consumer recycled, and with plant-based inks, is fully compostable. Our printing partner generates power with rooftop solar panels — just one example of its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.
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