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by Danielle Cotter

The “March madness” of the second half of RecycleMania has come to an end, and we at TR would like to thank all of you who helped to make this year’s RecycleMania such a success. Whether it was by signing the Recyclemania pledge or simply taking the extra second to place old papers or bottles in the correct recycling receptacles, we truly appreciate your commitment to making Tufts a greener place! We’d especially like to thank and congratulate this year’s winners, Carmichael and Haskell Hall, which tied for first in the dormitory competition, as well as 10 Winthrop, which placed first amongst the small houses.

While the competition may officially be over, this is by no means an invitation to stop the great recycling that’s been going on. With the end of the semester rapidly approaching (sorry to remind you!) and the flurry of papers and other assorted items that make their way into the trash after finals and move-out, we would like to remind everyone to please reuse, reduce and recycle. It really does make a difference, and you can never do too much of a good thing (at least not when it comes to recycling)! Thank you again, and check out the scores below to see how your residence ranked in RecycleMania 2012, Tufts edition.

For individual scores, please click below.

Detailed Dormitory Grading Sheets:

Blakeley Hall Bush Carmichael Haskell 10s
Haskell 20s Haskell 30s Haskell 40s Hill
Hodgdon Houston Lewis Metcalf East
Metcalf West Miller South Stratton
Tilton West Wren 10s Wren 20s
Wren 30s Wren 40s    

Detailed Small Campus House Grading Sheets:

10 Winthrop
12 Dearborn 92-94 Curtis
Arts House  Carpenter Crafts
French German International Jewish Culture
Latino Culture Muslim Culture Richardson Russian
Spanish Start Wilson