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Bottled Water: A Conversation

Marylhurst's Sustainability Advisory Council will host a lunch hour discussion about the environmental issues around bottled water on Wednesday, April 10 in the Willow Room, Clark Commons.

Marylhurst student Annalee Collison will share concerns about bottled water, including the impact on the environment when plastic is not recycled properly. Annalee is working on dual majors in communication studies and science.

A discussion will follow which will include the potential for a new, student-run Marylhurst Sustainability Club.

The Marylhurst University Sustainability Advisory Council sponsors monthly brown bag discussions. All are free and open to the public.

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