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Sustainability: Eat and drink green at all UTSA dining venues

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(Sept. 28, 2010)--Now you can eat and drink green at UTSA. The new Green Thread reusable cup sold at several UTSA dining venues quenches thirst and cuts waste. As of last week, more than 400 have been sold this semester.

The Green Thread cup is available for purchase at Chili's Too, P.O.D. Express (newly opened in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building), C3 Store and the Downtown Campus Frio Street Building food court. You pay $4.99 plus tax and receive fountain drink refills at all UTSA dining venues for 99 cents.

And, the new Eco-To-Go container is available at the Roadrunner Cafe and C3 Store in the University Center. Pay a refundable $7 deposit for the special reusable plastic take-out container, provide your name and e-mail, and you're good to go with no wasteful cardboard. Bring your Eco-To-Go container with you to the Roadrunner Cafe, and you'll have a meal-to-go.

Faculty and staff members who purchase a $250 meal plan receive a $30 bonus, free Eco-To-Go container and free Green Thread reusable cup. With the $150 faculty and staff meal plan, receive a $12 bonus and free Green Thread reusable cup. (Read details about UTSA meal plans.

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>> Learn more about the UTSA Sustainability Council.

 

 

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Football standouts make Roadrunner history

For Ashaad Mabry and Triston Wade, football is not just a passing fancy. Both players were part of the UTSA football program almost from the beginning. When UTSA opens the 2015 season Thursday at Arizona, it will be the first time the Roadrunners take the field without them. But Mabry and Wade will still be playing football; their uniforms will just be a different color.

Mabry, a defensive tackle from San Antonio's MacArthur High School, was an honorable mention All-Conference USA selection his final two seasons as a Roadrunner and second among the team's defensive linemen with 49 tackles last year. Wade, a defensive back from Tyler, was the most decorated player in school history. He was a semifinalist for the 2014 Jim Thorpe Award – for the nation's top defensive back – a three-time all-conference honoree and two-year team captain who set a school record of 293 tackles in his career. Both men had outstanding college careers that allowed them to make UTSA history.

Did you know? Mabry and Wade both agreed to terms as undrafted free agents with the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks, respectively, becoming the first UTSA players to move to the professional ranks.

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