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Donna Weaver

Class of 2011
Major/Minor: Biology

Donna Weaver ‘11 worked with the Center for Environment & Society as a Recycling Assistant. She helped promote campus sustainability by collecting and sorting the paper, cardboard, glass, cans, and plastic bottles with her fellow Recycling Assistants. She also has taken on the maintenance of the compost pile, which consists of unused food from Catering and the Dining Hall. She worked as well on biological and chemical testing of the compost with the purpose of generating optimal quality compost to be used in campus landscaping and possibly a campus vegetable garden in the future. Donna was a Biology major and enjoys reading, photography, yoga, jogging, and cycling with her dad and brother.

Campus Involvement

Q & A

Hometown and high school? Brookhaven, Pennsylvania; Cardinal O’hara High School

Favorite class? Beginning Drawing- having an art class in the afternoons with a fifteen-minute latte break in the middle was a real stress reliever.

Recommended professor? Dr. Gerrity- She is very open-minded and I’ve never had a more respectful teacher.

Most memorable experience as a first-year student? Pre-orientation at Echo Hill- I got to know some great people and I had a few awesome adventures before the other freshmen even moved in.

If you could be a condiment, which one would you be and why? Hummus- It’s all natural and really good for you!

If you had a superpower, what would it be and why? Time travel- I’ve always wanted to know what it was like living in different time periods. I’d also like to be able to witness natural history before the time of modern humans.