When looking to go zero waste, dip your toe into waste reduction or be more eco-friendly, my first suggestion is always the Big Four! The Big Four are four simple, easy swaps popularized by Plastic Free July. These four items are easy to avoid and make up a huge portion of waste in landfills and the ocean. All of these swaps are convenience items that are easy to avoid, and I’ll show you how.
Most beginner guides for going zero waste are full of simple swaps, but there’s so much more to zero waste living than replacing your household items. Don’t get me wrong, I love swaps, too, but I think the tips below are the four most important tips I can give you for going zero waste. They’re essentially the building block of zero waste, minimalism and eco-friendly living.
Ouachita Baptist University will host visitors to campus Nov. 6 for Fall Preview Day, hosted by Ouachita’s Office of Admissions Counseling, and for Upward Bound Saturday, hosted by Ouachita’s TRIO program.
Ouachita Baptist University’s department of theatre arts is set to serve up some entertainment in “You Have to Serve Somebody,” by Arkansan Werner Trieschmann.
For most college students, summer vacation is a break from what they’re studying. It is a time to relax, earn some extra money or take a trip.
Ouachita Baptist University will host the annual fall Concert Choir and Women’s Chorus concert Thursday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in McBeth Recital Hall. The concert is open to the public and admission is free.
Ouachita Baptist University will host Angela Park, cello, in a guest concert 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 in McBeth Recital Hall on Ouachita’s campus. Park is the 2009-2011 National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Young Artist winner in strings.