Last Thursday, October 11th, students from Florida International University made their way over to one of President Obama’s many campaign stops in Florida. The mission: shake the President’s hand, while asking him to support real clean energy solutions, and break the silence on climate change.
Submitted by Jacquie Ayala on Sun, 10/14/2012 - 18:42
On Thursday, the Student Environmental Association (SEA) at the University of South Florida in Tampa joined campuses across the country in a National Day of Action to “Get Dirty Energy Money Out Of Politics.” The students stood – clipboards in hand, cellphones ready, and with plenty of pens – outside the USF Tampa campus’ Student Center urging their peers to make a pledge to the environment with Power Vote.
Submitted by Jacquie Ayala on Fri, 09/21/2012 - 16:53
After a long day of getting students at the University of Florida excitied about 'cleaning up and greening up' politics, my first thought is: how did my hair get so frizzy!?! I'm gonna blame it on the Southern weather! Nothing like standing out in the Florida sun for a few hours to turn your hair into a bird's nest of tangles and frizz.
Submitted by Jacquie Ayala on Fri, 09/21/2012 - 16:37