Posts tagged green
Posts tagged green
As a LEED Gold building, Kahn residence hall has a number of green features: natural ventilation in all bedrooms, contacts on windows that turn off heating and cooling when a window is opened, and natural daylight visible from all positions of primary spaces of the building. The most effective measure is the conservation behavior of the residents. Residents sign a “sustainability pledge” prior to moving in that includes such actions as not bringing an automobile to school.
Check out the final photos from the summer 2012 interns
Decafe smoothie! #decafe #smoothie #green #food #healthy #oberlin (Taken with Instagram)
Green smoothies! New things at Decafe… try them out!
Certify your room as green! Kahn is having a competition and there are only a few days left to win the ice cream party at Cowhaus Creamery! 70+ rooms already certified.
So last week was pretty ridiculous just trying to catch up with all the growth these oddball sunny Oberlin days have brought (that in conjunction with the fact that Kevin was also gone last week).
First of all, all of the Queen Anne’s Lace is gone. I’m sure for all of the…
Check out our photoblog of the work the Summer LM and Grounds interns are doing!
I have been posting so much on this blog and realized I have never properly introduced myself! Hello, all. My name is Maggie, and I am currently a summer Living Machine and Grounds intern at the AJLC. I have been working with Ren and Kevin this summer to maintain the garden, orchard, Living…
Oberlin College rises above and beyond the rest of the colleges and universities in the nation.
And an even more updated link than the one above!
By September, a solar array similar to the one pictured here will be installed in the northwest corner of campus and will begin providing over three million kilowatt hours of electricity per year (almost 12% of Oberlin College’s yearly consumption).
Read more about the solar array.
2011 apr 7, tappan square.
beautiful day - 나무에 새잎이 돋고 있다!