The Kill-A-Watt Challenge is an annual opportunity to demonstrate the collective power (pun intended) of individual actions. By encouraging everyone to be more mindful of the electricity they use, we hope to raise awareness around 1) where our electricity comes from, 2) who and what is impacted by this, and 3) why this is important. This is an event that everyone can get involved with, no matter their knowledge or experience related to energy. It truly can be as simple as turning off/powering down devices and lights when you are not using them, or coming up with creative ways to not use them in the first place.
This year we are splitting the competition into two categories. Click on the links below to see the current standings.
|Blue Spruce||Green Ash|
|All primarily first year res halls (Lyman, Carriage, McDonald, Whiting, Hill, 308 Maple, Bader, Cushing, 396 Main, 371 Main, North, Sanders, Summit, Bankus, Jensen, Pearl, Rowell, Schillhammer, and South)||Those in the Quad (Valcour, Adirondack, Butler, Juniper, Lakeview) along with Boardman,|