At the Library

  • Rent-a-bike: The Hendrix Bike Revolution bicycle collective program has hewn together a fleet of bikes for the Hendrix community to rent. That’s right: free, sustainable transportation. Parked outside the library, the bikes (and light-up, flashing wristbands, if you’re biking at night) are available for free check-out. The collective, which started in fall of 2006, also teaches students how to build and maintain their own bikes. The larger goals: spreading bike culture, teaching students how to go (or stay) car-less, and fostering a more bike-friendly community. Hendrix Bike Revolution is a student organization which plans to open a bicycle maintenance and repair shop on campus in the near future.
  • Recycled notebooks: For the past two years, the Shoestring Coalition has gathered used paper from the Hendrix community. With the unused sides facing forward, the paper is hand-bound into notebooks, which are then distributed for free to Hendrix students and staff. Several hundred have been distributed so far.

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If you have ideas or thoughts about other "Green" initatives that Hendrix could consider or have questions about what we're currently doing on campus, please feel free to email us at news@hendrix.edu.