Did you know? In Hanover, only children age 12 & under can legally ride on the sidewalks. Hence, Dartmouth bikers should not be riding on the sidewalks! Pedestrians could be seriously injured!
In conjunction with Way to Go! Challenge and Bike/Walk to work week, here are some Bike safety law and guidelines for all. Happy Biking and Walking!
You still have time to sign up!
One week countdown to the Way To Go! challenge. We are comparing Dartmouth commuter with DHMC commuters on the Carbon Throw Down page (check out other participating organizations too) to see how we are stacking up. Spread the word and help us win one of this year’s Carbon Cups! We need more participants!
Earlier this week, Dartmouth launched its mobile site: m.dartmouth.edu. Its Map feature, perhaps the most anticipated, will be officially replacing the existing Dartmouth’s Campus Map page soon, but users can now check out the significantly improved campus map with searchable features and departmental websites linked to buildings via Dartmouth mobile.
Dartmouth mobile can also be downloaded as “app” on your smart devices. Simply follow the instructions on its about page.
Student Academic Support Services, a set on Flickr.
OPAL and Undegraduate Deans moved into their new space at the former Computing Store space at Berry Library on March 18th 2013. The space was completely redone and renovated with beautiful wooden patterned panels, yellow walls, and purple furniture. The atmosphere is both welcoming and professional, perfect for students to drop in for academic consultation, general advising, or even catching up with peers and studying in the lounge area.