Posts Tagged ‘ sustainability ’

MSU sustainability issue vote today

Mar 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News, Columns, News, Opinions

Nathanael Edward Bassett Contributor Don’t forget, today and tomorrow (March 17 and 18) students at MSU can vote on the widely discussed “sustainability fee”. The electronic ballot is at elections.missouristate.edu and there is a link to the proposal created by SGA. In short, the proposal consists of adding a two dollar fee for students each semester, […]



Students should not pass sustainability fee

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorials

A recent attempt by the Student Government Association to send a proposed sustainability fee to a student vote failed. The reason. Insufficient attendance by senators at the meeting to pass the vote. While the SGA attendance issue is somewhat troubling, more troubling is the fact that any student senators would be in favor of increasing […]



Sustainability fee explained

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Campus News

Abby Jo Moore Contributor As the Public Affairs theme for 2009 at Missouri State University, sustainability has caused a lot of talk on campus the past few months. But what does the term mean specifically in the university context, and what might the sustainability proposition bring about for students? The 2009 Referendum for a Sustainability […]



Sustainability fee merely way to pass on responsibility

Feb 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Columns

Jason McGill Contributor I don’t think it’s a good idea to create a Wyrick-like grant for sustainability from a small student fee. It’s like paying a ticket to sit and watch others take care of the problem. Consider that ever since we invented language, we’ve been telling stories. Anyone could make up whatever story suited […]