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Story

Stories can come from articles, press releases, event descriptions - any content that you might want to share.

Think about content that you might want to share, either in various areas of your site, or in other SCU web sites. If you can imagine that the content you're adding to a page might be something that you'd also feature on your site's home page, or that may be of interest to readers of another SCU site, consider using the Story content type for that. When you create a Story, it's immediately available to select and display on any web site. Stories can be selected by tag, by section, by date range, and there are multiple display options available to present the selected stories.

In this example, we're selecting the stories added to another section in this web site using the Story Display content type. As more stories are added to that section, they'll automatically be listed here. There are multiple display options for stories; in this case we're using the "Top Stories" display with the heading "Internet Ethics".

Sustainability at SCU

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Sustaina(mobility)

The transportation sector is one of the largest contributors of carbon emissions every year. You can be a part of the sustainable mobility revolution by changing your individual behaviors. You’ll be surprised how fun it can be to explore different transport options. Try out these tips to take action in regards to mobility and transportation!

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Everyday E.J.

In line with the University’s commitment to build a more humane, just, and sustainable world, SCU is continuing to develop partnerships with community- and faith-based organizations, government agencies, and other Jesuit institutions. Learn how to engage in environmental justice issues right here on campus!

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It Takes a Village

We are a small, dedicated staff with an enthusiastic team of undergraduate students who implement projects, events, and programs that drive SCU to a stronger culture of social, environmental, and economic sustainability. Support the sustainability initiatives you are passionate about at SCU!

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The Race to Reduce Waste

Our collective, everyday actions and decisions molded by sustainability add up to large-scale change. Start with these easy tips for minimizing waste.

Turn On the Energy Conservation Mindset

Ready for SCU’s annual Energy Challenge? Start here with these simple energy-saving tips to pave the way for your RLC’s victory. Employees, off-campus residents, and grad students can play along too!

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