Feb 16


Hey all! We’re one week into Tapapalooza, and we could really use your help! If you haven’t already, text “I < 3 Tap!” to 69866, which will then count as a pledge for us in the competition. Taking the pledge means that you will try to use a reusable water bottle whenever possible instead of a disposable plastic water bottle. It will ask for your email, but don’t worry, it is only to verify that you are, in fact, associated with Penn State. In other words, you won’t be added to our listserv unless you contact us directly and want to be added!

Also, the heart is the “less than” sign and the number 3, not the heart on the emoji keyboard.

Feb 16

February 22, 2016

Happy Monday everyone! There will be a TBTT meeting tonight at 7:30 in 67 Willard. We will be discussing Tapapalooza, the month-long competition in universities across the country to gain the most pledges to Take Back the Tap! Oh, and that month starts TODAY! The winning university receives a grant to place more refilling stations on campus, so we really want to win!

Also, check out these edible water bottles (or water balls?). Seems like an awesome idea!


Dec 15

FLOW Documentary Tonight!

Hey all! We’re ready and excited for tonight’s documentary and discussion! Tonight won’t only be an awesome learning experience, it’ll also be a great way to gain pledges and members for TBTT so we can continue to work towards a more sustainable campus. That being said, if you haven’t shared the event already, please do so! Can’t wait to see you all there!

Thu 6:30 PM · 60 Willard Building, Penn State
30 people interested · 19 people going

Nov 15

November 30, 2015

Happy Monday! Just think, only two more Mondays until Winter break! Better yet, no more Mondays until our documentary screening. That’s right, FLOW is this week: Thursday at 6:30 in 60 Willard! Please share our event page with your friends so they also have the chance to learn about the Global Water Crisis:https://www.facebook.com/events/567523046743434/573140556181683/

In the meantime, check out this article by the Guardian mapping out the world in terms of the availability and cleanliness of water sources. A lot of progress has been made in the past 15 years, but there is still a TON of room for improvement!

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