Sustainable You

107.7 The Bronc presents: Sustainable You – Your Weekly Guide To Making Your Life and Our World More Sustainable.

Every Saturday morning at 11 a.m., Meghan Korb will discuss hot button topics with leading sustainability experts providing you helpful hints on how easy it is to go green, save money and make our planet a more sustainable place.

If you would like more information about the Pennsylvania Horticulture Society, check out their website here. If you would like to subscribe to Sustainable You podcast, click  here.

Sustainable You is underwritten in part by Terhune Orchards, Mrs. G TV, Appliances and Sleep Center, Team Toyota of Princeton, The Office of Sustainability Management, and the Trenton Farmers Market. From Energy Star to organic farming to green cars click the banners below to view the terrific green initiatives our corporate sponsors, their vendors and customers are currently implementing.

About The Hosts

093014_WRRC_200Meghan Korb is majoring in Public Relations and minoring in TV, Radio and Film at Rider University. Since becoming part of The Bronc family, her passion for Radio has blossomed. She aspires to be a Taylor Swift publicist, but she is taking it one step at a time. This is Meghan’s first year on Sustainable You and she is ecstatic to be a part of this enlightening program and working with her awesome co-host. Meghan has an array of interests outside of radio. She enjoys dancing, singing, and baking (she makes really good blondies). She loves Taylor Swift, All Time Low, American Horror Story, The Mindy Project, Skulls and Flowers. She has two mottos in life: “take a breath and let the rest come easy” and “excelsior.” Fun fact: She is a vegetarian. Meghan can be reached at korbm@rider.edu

Mary-Lyn BuckleyMary-Lyn Buckey is just a New Yorker trying out Jersey… Mary-Lyn is majoring in Journalism, and minoring in Advertising at Rider University. This is her first year working with The Bronc, along with being a member of The National Broadcasting Society and writing for The Rider News. You can catch her co-hosting Sustainable You every Saturday morning. Besides Radio, Mary-Lyn loves vacationing, adventures, Justin Timberlake, and shopping (What girl doesn’t?). She also is hooked on Orange is The New Black, Chipotle, and Dunkin Donuts. Feel free to email her at buckleym@rider.edu, she loves a good laugh! Remember you can make a Mean Girls reference to anything!
GianlucaGianluca D’Elia is a journalism major at Rider University. In addition to being a co-host on Sustainable You, he is also a writer for the Rider News and a tenor in the acapella group Rider Vibes. He is a fan of Fiona Apple, Fall Out Boy, Lindsey Stirling and soundtracks from Wes Anderson films. Gianluca also loves watching Parks and Recreation, and he often compares himself to the main character Leslie Knope because he shares her optimism and enthusiasm for her work. Gianluca’s dream is to write for Rolling Stone one day, but for now, he loves spending time with his friends, taking pictures of his greyhound, and reading and writing poetry.
Danielle GDanielle Grisales is studying Environmental Science, Secondary Education as well as Sustainability Studies. This is Danielle’s first year on Sustainable You and she is excited to be a part of this incredible program, working alongside her other co-hosts. She considers herself open-minded, free-spirited and optimistic. She aspires to be an organic farmer one day. She enjoys traveling and new experiences. She loves running, reading, and baking. On campus, she works as a greenhouse technician. She is also part of the Green Team on campus where she helps implement eco-friendly programs for students. Her favorite quote is “Mother Nature is always speaking. She speaks in a language understood within the peaceful mind of the sincere observer” (Radhanath Swami). Danielle can be reached at grisalesd@rider.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

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