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STEP introduces ‘Green Tyng’ competition

March 1, 2007 • 0
Silliman may be dominating IMs this year, but any college can still rack up 50 million Green Tyng points if its students don’t waste food at dinner. The first Green Tyng competition, which begins Thursday, will feature eight weeks of activities designed to measure each residential college’s environmental friendliness. The contest was developed by the »
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Talbott speaks on Bush’s motivations

February 15, 2007 • 0
In the early months of George W. Bush’s ’68 presidency, Strobe Talbott ’68 started to hear from friends in the White House that it was taboo to use the word “globalization,” which had been popular in the Clinton years. Equally off-limits was discussion of “climate change” or “global warming” — that was Gore talk. In »