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Getting Involved: Better Life with Maintaining Campus
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As the new semester begins, the campus is bustling with students and a number of school events. Students have spent a great deal of time getting involved in university communities on campus. The Chonnam Tribune would like to introduce how to maintain campus using the example of the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU).


Green campus activity at Missouri-Colombia University 

First, MU has Campus Facilities departments which dominate most of construction on campus. Karlan Seville (Director, Campus Facilities) said, “MU has six iconic columns, which were a part of the university’s first building in 1840. When it burned down, the columns survived and reminds us of the importance of maintaining buildings.” For the ecological balance on campus, certain plants are replaced or moved. The buildings must also look a certain way. Moreover, the Sustainability Office does all the recycling on campus and does river clean ups and other community activities to help with environmentally sustainable policies and practices. The office accepts volunteers and does clean-up projects. The landscape crew cleans up trash on campus. Fraternities and sororities have freshmen clean the campus, parks and roads throughout the city. 




Students brings green to campus with Truman the Tiger mascot of MU 

Second, there are students involved with cleaning the campus for a better community. Paul Katzfey (Senior, Dept. of Finance & Real Estate) said, “My fraternity has a campus-wide clean-up program, it varies each year.” Also, there are lots of events that involve food. The organizers for the events are responsible for the clean-up. Failure to do so can result in tickets and fines issued by the MU police force. Getting involved is a huge part of the college experience that students definitely do not want to miss. With the motto, “Let the Welfare of the People be the Supreme Law”, MU communities keep practicing to give some of the greatest years of students’ lives by maintaining campus. Students and faculties also should try to make the campus more sustainable.
By Kim Han-na, Overseas Correspondent
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