This post is written by Seth Nolan-McDonough, a first year studying Psychology, Social Anthropology, and Ancient History. Seth has been a keen garden volunteer, spoiling us with different species of …
Now in its 5th year, StAndRe-Use is aiming to make 2014 its biggest collection ever. We’ll be keeping you updated on progress throughout the summer. It’s sure to be a coathanger-heavy-mysterious-item-littered-polypocket-filled-cardboard box of an adventure. In part 1 Lucy Anderson, the Transition StAnd Re-Use link, highlights the highs and lows of collection.
In our latest blog, student Alexis McGivern talks about how she addressed one of the largest recycling and waste issues in her life – plastic. After hearing about the huge impact that plastic has on our planet and other species she set herself a challenge to go without plastic for 2 months. Read on to find out how she managed.
We are happy to collect all sorts of items at StAndReuse but we love it even more when items are donated in good condition. Follow the tips in this blogpost to keep your pots and pans sparkling!
We know that many of you are about to leave St Andrews for the last time. What better way to leave a legacy than to pass on some of your beloved possessions to next year’s students?