Greening the Greeks at UC Berkeley 

An initiative to boost recycling at Cal's fraternity houses had a good start, but will it be sustainable?

Where does the drunken frat brother leave his empty beer can? At Cal, the answer has traditionally been the trash bin — if not the neighbor's bushes — because almost none of the 31 fraternity houses have been regular recyclers. Yet things…

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