Xavier Student Sustainability (XSS) provides students with the opportunity to create tangible change on Xavier University's campus in relation to sustainable issues. XSS is now run through the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice. It will serve as the main student connection to the Sustainability Committee as well as a key educator of sustainable efforts geared towards the student body. Membership is open to all Xavier students!
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What We Do
- Plan and host events such as Dance & Grow Green, Sustainability Week, Earth Day, Green Fair and Recycle Mania
- Learn about Xavier's sustainable features and come up with ways to share that information with the rest of the community
- Converse about current sustainability issues happening on and off-campus
- Get involved with sustainable initiatives like Bike XU and the NEXUS Garden
- Develop and execute our own semester- and year-long projects
The Sustainability Interns work directly with the Sustainability Committee & Student Government to initiate change on Xavier's campus and communicate sustainable initiatives to the Xavier community.
- 2013-2014: Samantha Meza, Jake Litmer, Edith Delgado, Alexandra James, Matt Ahlgren, Andrew Elluru
- 2012-2013: Elle Ross '13, Jake Litmer '14, Samantha Meza '14
- 2011-2012: Elle Ross '13, Dore'e Conley '14, John Henrick '12, Taylor Mauro '12
- 2010-2011: Emily TeKolste '11, Laura Wallace '11, Taylor Mauro '12
- 2009-2010: James Cave '10