Student Life

Co-Sustainability Representatives, Jesse Luersen & Clarissa Buchholz

Jesse LuersenSustainability
Senior 
Bend, Oregon 
Environmental Studies 

Clarissa BuchholzSenior
Beaverton, OR
Biology

 

 

Jesse Luersen is from Bend Oregon and is majoring in environmental studies. On campus she participates on the women's Ultimate Frisbee team, is the lead organizer for the U of R Divestment Campaign and coaches youth sports. Clarissa is from Beaverton Oregon and is majoring in Biology and Spanish and also participates on the women's Ultimate frisbee and is a member of Kappa Pi Zeta.Their position will promote sustainable practices throughout the campus and serve as a representatives of the environmental clubs, organizations, and the academic department on campus. These representatives will serve as a liaison between the Universities environmental community and the school government and administration, creating networking and collaboration opportunities between the environmental community and other departments and organizations. All existing clubs and organizations will have the resources and connections to learn about how to host events in a more environmentally sustainable manner. Additionally, the Sustainability Representatives will work on implementing initiatives and projects that will lessen the University’s environmental impact, educate the community, and ultimately make Redlands a more sustainable, appealing campus.


What started as a freshman prank in 1913?
The giant R

The giant "R" seen on the mountain north of the University that is about one-third the size of the Quad.

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