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Earth Days

Earth Day 2018 is Sunday, April 22. Bowie State joins in the celebration by hosting our own events through Climate Commitment Coordinating Committee (C4) and BSU Student Green Ambassadors, as well as other on campus departments and organizations.

BSU Earth Days 2018 will consist of sustainability events geared towards student awareness and creative expression, informational games with prizes, and personal environmental preservation methods.  Please see some of the events below:

2018 Events Schedule

Monday, April 23, 2018

Awareness Table - Sponsored by C4

Student Center Atrium, Times TBD

Stay woke! C4 will host a promotional and informational table for students to understand how to get involved in the Sustainability movement on and off campus.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Earth Day 2018 Poetry Slam flyer4th Annual Earth Day Poetry Slam - Sponsored by C4

Student Center Pub, 1:30-2:30pm

Participants will share poetry and spoken word relating to natural elements and eco-friendly concepts. Participants must sign up in the Bowie Card office.  All participants will receive a nominal prize but the top 3 winners will receive Bulldog bucks prizes in the amounts of $175, $125, and $50. Speaking parts must be 2-4 minutes.

View complete guidelines here

 

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Go Green Pledge Table w/ games & prizes - Sponsored by C4

Student Center Pub Area, 11:30-2:00pm

Students, Faculty and Staff can come by the pledge table and electronically pledge to their part in preserving our Earth and environment. Pledges will eventually be listed on our sustainability page. There will also be a giant Jenga game using recycled soda boxes and a spin wheel for a chance to win prizes for those who signed the pledge.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Plant-Your-Own-Seed Event - Sponsored by C4

Student Center Patio (Rain location: Inside Student Center Lobby), 12-2pm

The entire BSU community is invited to plant vegetable seeds into provided cups of soil to observe the growing process. This concept contributes to learning easy ways of helping to naturally sustain our immediate environment.