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Mike Jahner, university director of business operations, and Lora Strigens, vice president for Facilities Planning and Management, have maintained the position since Brent Ribble left.

Marquette remains without a sustainability coordinator

Alexa Jurado, Assistant News Editor
January 14, 2020
Lora Strigens and Mike Jahner held a discussion about sustainability.

University offers discussion of sustainability

Jack Aler, News Reporter
September 10, 2019
Filmmakers Steve and Ann Dunsky answer questions on stage about their film, which was featured at the 2015 Great Lakes Environmental Film Festival. Photo courtesy of Joe Brown.

Film festival prompts environmental dialogue

Amanda Parrish, Arts & Entertainment Reporter
November 7, 2018
Brent Ribble started the Green Team.

Students help assemble sustainability committee

Amanda Parrish, Arts & Entertainment Reporter
September 18, 2018
Melanie Vianes and Donato Guida presenting Marquette Dining's compostable and reusable items.

Photo courtesy of Joseph Beaird.

Plastic straws remain in some dining locations

Joseph Beaird, News Reporter
September 11, 2018
The new green space on the roof of Wild Commons.

Photo courtesy of Brent Ribble

Wild Commons green roof part of Campus Sustainability initiative

Joseph Beaird, News Reporter
September 4, 2018
HARTE: MU's plastic straw ban not sufficient

HARTE: MU’s plastic straw ban not sufficient

Matthew Harte, Opinions Stringer
August 28, 2018
Campus Sustainability Director Brent Ribble said 'goodbye' to plastic straws on campus and 'hello' to their paper counterparts.
Via Marquette Sustainability Twitter.

Campus dining locations ditch plastic straws

Natallie St. Onge, Assistant News Editor
August 7, 2018
“North Common will establish an identifiable place for the Marquette and broader community to interact and gather,” Lora Strigens, vice president for planning and strategy, said. “When developing the Campus Master Plan, the Marquette community was very clear that it valued green space. North Common provides an opportunity to increase that precious space on our urban campus.

New green space construction underway near AMU

Sarah Lipo and Clara Janzen
July 17, 2018
If students' recyclables are contaminated, maintenance employees are required to throw them in with the garbage.

University attempts to ease recycling suspicions among students

Claire Hyman, News Reporter
April 10, 2018
The Brew Cafes have taken steps to become more eco-friendly.

The Brew makes change to compostable materials

Natallie St. Onge, News Reporter
February 27, 2018
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