The Case Western Reserve University Office of Energy & Sustainability’s annual contest encourages students to reduce energy usage in their residence halls and campus-owned Greek houses. Storrs House was in first place at the midpoint of the contest, which ends tomorrow.
Storrs raked in 28.35 points because of its 8.15 energy reduction, and 18 pledges. Raymond and Glaser houses are tied for third place with 25.2 points. Raymond House had a 3.68 energy reduction and 13 pledges.
Additionally, students can gain their building additional points by taking the associated pledge and attending the Tree Walk on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.Find more details at the Office of Energy & Sustainability.