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Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)

SEAC: one of the campus's coolest clubs
The St Mary's Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) is a group of students dedicated to improving the environment through national, state, local and on-campus involvement as noted by our old blogThe Environmental Studies program describes us as a "student club that is part of a national network of grassroots organizations...SEAC is one of the most active clubs on campus...[displaying] leadership in environmental activism on campus and in the Mid-Atlantic region." Since the club structure is very decentralized and horizontal, no position or task is set in stone, and everyone has an equal voice.

More about us
    1. Read about us on The Point News website
    2. Watch YouTube videos of SEAC
    3. An article in SOMD online about the 2008 Polar Bear Splash 
    4. An article on the Examiner about the 2011 Polar Bear Pludge (another name for the splash)
    Meetings and more
    We meet at 8 PM in Goodpaster 117 every Sunday. We always have free food! Every week there is a little teach-in (a talk) about a subject, then we'll discuss it, along with our other campaigns. We work with a variety of clubs including Students for A Democratic Society, and other clubs on varying topics.

    Here's a good 'ole YouTube video that describes some of the stuff we've done:

    Members you can contact

    Ashok Chandwaney

    Emily Altman

    Ruth Tyson