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Sophomore Jolene Goldsmith, an environmental studies major, dumps an apartment bucket into a residence hall compost bin, part of a new program in Loyola Village to encourage recycling, composting, and living green

Sophomore Jolene Goldsmith, an environmental studies major, dumps an apartment bucket into a residence hall compost bin, part of a new program in Loyola Village to encourage recycling, composting, and living green

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