The Environmental Coalition:
Who says Sundays have to be boring? Come to Environmental Coalition meetings and enjoy a laid-back time with some groovy people. Come to learn or to teach others about whatever environmental concerns you have. We deal with local, national and international issues. Help organize recycling on campus or fax messages to groups in Europe through the Student Environmental Action Coalition (S.E.A.C.). Anyone concerned about our world is welcome. Come check out what we're about.
Environmental Coalition WebPage: Unavailable at this time.
Student Environmental Action Coalition WebPage: www.seac.org/
The Environmental House (Nash):
The Environmental House was established in the fall of 1998. It was created to serve as an environmental resource center for the school. The 12 students who live there are involved in group and individual community service/environmental projects, ranging from teaching elementary students at the Auburn Land Lab to assisting Dining Services with their recycling program. Additionally, the Environmental House sponsors a dinner/discussion meeting every Thursday evening at 6 p.m.
The Bates College Outing Club (B.O.C.):
As part of the Bates community, you are automatically a member of the B.O.C. The B.O.C. sponsors trips in the New England wilderness throughout the year that may involve day hiking, backpacking, canoeing, swimming, skiing and snowshoeing. Everyone is welcome; you need little or no experience to join these outings, which are an ideal break from your studies, and the B.O.C. provides all kinds of gear needed for various outdoor excursions. The B.O.C. is the second oldest, the largest and one of the most active collegiate outing clubs in the country. Joining B.O.C. trips is a great way to meet people. You can also help lead and plan the trips you would like to take.
Bates Outing Club WebPage: www.bates.edu/people/orgs/outclub/BOC.html
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