April 22 marks the 51st celebration of Earth Day.
While the in-person Earth Day fair is not taking place due to the pandemic, the University is holding several virtual Earth Day events.
Environmental Art Show
The Environmental Art Show is being held for the 10th year, however this year it is virtual.
The exhibit debuted this past Monday.
Students, staff and faculty are responsible for this year’s submissions.
View this year’s art show here!
Climate Reality: There is Good News
On Wed. April 21, Lincoln Fetcher is set to hold an event on the current state of the climate.
The event will be held over Zoom.
The University of Scranton also held an essay contest for local students in grades 7 through 12.
This year’s theme is “Caring for our Common Home.”
A virtual event will be held to honor participants through the Sustainability Office Facebook page 7 p.m. April 22.
More information could be found here.
A banner to recognize the importance of Earth Day was hung outside of the DeNaples Center facing the Dionne Green.