Loyola named 4th greenest college by Sierra Magazine
Loyola University Chicago once again gets recognized for it's sustainability efforts taking place on the campuses. Named as the 4th greenest college in America by Sierra Magazine, Loyola has the opportunity to demonstrate how the university is making great strides to promote sustainability on and around campus. For more on the article, http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/slideshow/top-ten-coolest-schools-2014#9
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