Green Bike Photo Inventory for Fall 2015 Check out the Fall 2015 Green Bike Fleet! 52 bikes are available for use this semester. Take a peek and pick out your favorites. Let us know through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll place you with a bike or put you on the waiting list.
April 27th – May 1st : 9am-4pm! Your bike is always there for you. Through thick and thin it moves you speedily and gracefully. Show your bike some lovin’ and give it a good home for the summer! CSE provides FREE storage for the summer and/or study abroad. Friends don’t leave their friends outside all summer. Bring your bike and Dickinson ID to the Center for Sustainability Education (Kaufman 190, near DPS) anytime between 9am and 4pm this week, Monday through Friday, to have your Continue reading →
A fun and exciting 14-mile round-trip bike ride from Kaufman Hall to Dickinson College Farm in Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. The bike ride to the potluck is open to everyone! Join us! This event will build community and introduce you to the Dickinson Farm if you have not been already. Meet in the Kaufman parking lot at 10:30 AM for 11:00 AM departure. Bring a potluck dish and your own dinnerware, utensils, and cup. A van will transport your dishes and bags for you. Special guest Continue reading →
This past weekend, Mark Ruffalo found the video made about our Bike Blender, and shared it on his Tumblr, saying: “This is a brilliant project by Dickinson College students. Can I put in an advanced order for a blueberry smoothie in May??” Of course you can, Mark Ruffalo! To see the post, click here!
The kick-off event for the Energy Challenge is tonight! Come to KW lawn from 7 to 9pm! There will be FREE Leo’s ice cream, fudge and candy from Georgie Lou’s, and treats from Beeman’s Bakery! Glow-in-the-dark Frisbee will also be happening, and glow sticks! See you there!
What do you do when the multiple feet of snow leave your bike path useless? A group of people in Boston decided to take matters into their own hands by digging a tunnel through a 15 ft high pile of snow that was blocking their frequently-used path. Read more here.