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Sea Grant and CIS jumpstart GROW Project

UOG’s Sea Grant program and the Center for Island Sustainability (CIS) are collaborating on a project that could potentially improve the health of Guam’s ecosystems. The Guam Restoration of Watersheds (GROW) Project, aims to develop…


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The challenges in curbing illegal dumping

Illegal dumping has gained traction as a problem plaguing the island. The inappropriate disposal of waste products advertises no benefits other than temporary convenience. Over the years, villages such as Yigo and Dededo have witnessed…


The need to expand awareness of hiking’s risks

Many people in Guam enjoy hiking–walking outside in a natural environment, often following a pre-charted path known as a hiking trail. However, some hikes involve more challenging terrain and other conditions for participants. Some examples…


Guam roads need more funding

By: Kreeshia Aquino For as long as I can recall, roads on Guam have always been the target of jokes in general conversations. Even before I could drive my own car, I already held the…



Sigma Tau Delta Welcomes New Inductees

  The Sigma Tau Delta had its annual induction on March 30. The event inducted 14 new members into the English Society.   Sigma Tau Delta is an international collegiate honor society that is inclusive…


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