USF Earth Day
Thursday, April 18, 2013
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Gleeson Library OS2 - Plaza
Events and Lectures
Murphy, Joseph Edmond
USF Earth Day
Thursday, April 18 | 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. | Gleeson Plaza
Every year, the USF Community comes together to celebrate Earth Day on campus. This annual event will contain a variety of sustainable activities for students to enjoy, as well as tabling organizations for them to learn about. What is a traditional big hit is the pedal-powered music, as well as pedal-powered smoothies, ice cream, and spin art provided by Rock the Bike, to which the proposed funds will be allocated. There is also the ever-popular goat display, as well as various other organizations' interactive displays
Rock the Bike provides different bikes that can power different levels of energy use, including amplifying the USF student bands that will be performing, making
smoothies and ice cream, and making spin art.
The goal for the Earth Day celebration is to raise awareness about the plight of the earth and its inhabitants, and introduce new ways that people can address the growing threat of climate change. This event is intended to be fun and informative, and will bring people together from all around the school to create a cohesive environment that will inform and compel people across the board.
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If you are a person with disability who needs reasonable accommodations for this event, please contact Student Disability Services at 415.422.2613 at least five days prior to the event. Please know that some accommodations (e.g. sign language, interpreting, realtime captioning) may take longer than five days to arrange.