October 5, 2017

Beccy Anderson graduated the University of New Hampshire in the spring of 2017. She majored in journalism with a minor in art. She currently works at Heinemann Publishing as a production assistant. She began using acrylic on canvas the summer prior to graduation. 

 "I needed a summer hobby and quite frankly, I wanted to be more interesting," said Anderson, who recently began promoting her work on Etsy.

Her art was featured at Jonny Boston's restaurant, in Newmarket, NH for the month of September.

It is now featured on the same street, in Beccy Anderson's apartment. She continues to pursue galleries to host her art. You can find her on Facebook.

October 4, 2017

1. If it’s yellow, let it mellow

Pee is sterile, so ignore the pleas of your roommates and never flush the toilet. This will save water as well as the very valuable 4 seconds you would have spent cleaning up after yourself. Make sure to announce the snappy rhyme whenever encouraged by the people around you to stop being so disgusting.

2. Jars

Buy one Mason jar. Leave it in the back of your hot, stinky car for the entire semester. Use it for all beverage needs — water, coffee, it’s all good. Your one sticky jar can save you a fortune on plastic water bottles and many coffee shops will even give you a discount for bringing your own container so they won’t have to waste a paper cup. Make sure to only rinse it out at the Hydration Stations around campus to guarantee all of your water will have the lingering taste of black coffee; this is the taste of sustainability.

3. Ziplock Bags

Reduce, reuse, recycle! Save the Ziplock...

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