“Environmental Theater Brigade” trashes wasteful habits in street performance

The Environmental Theater Brigade, or E.T.B., took to the streets Monday to educate students on curbing waste and protecting the environment.

The group is made up of Ohio University students who want to spread the word about preventing unnecessary waste.

E.T.B. Director Sierra Nagay said Monday’s event, which took place in uptown Athens and the cafeteria of Baker University Center, was one of several performances scheduled for winter quarter.

Nagay started the group last fall with the help of an $800 grant from the OU Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund. E.T.B. has about 10 members.

For more information about E.T.B., see College Green’s original story on the group.

Video by Tanya Parker, CG Multimedia

Environmental Theater Brigade Director Sierra Nagay talks to students in Baker University Center during one of the group’s performances. Photo by CG Editor-in-Chief Erich Hiner.

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