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BikeMore | North Woods Stewards | Skidmore Community Garden 

Skidmore Compost | S-Reps | Low-Impact Dining

Student Staff


Will Borowka

Will Borowka ‘20

Environmental Studies & Political Science Double-Major

"I enjoy being the BikeMore Co-Manager because it allows me to meet new people all over campus and I can directly observe how the work I do impacts Skidmore. I love seeing people riding around all over campus and downtown in the spring; it always brings a smile to my face."


Freddie Klaus '20

Environmental Science Major

"I work for the Sustainability Office because I love this planet and want to see it happy and healthy! Bikes are also by far the best method of transportation, and I hope to inspire the Skidmore community to choose them over cars whenever they can. Beyond being environmentally friendly, bikes are fun, and I want everyone on campus to be able to appreciate the joy of a bike ride!

Peace, love and bike grease!"


North Woods Stewards


Brandon Wilson Radcliffe '20

Environmental Science Major; Education Minor

"Growing up, I’ve always loved being outside because of the serenity and beauty that usually comes with it. As an environmental science major I end up spending a lot of times outdoors which is dope because. I think green spaces and forested areas should be something that everyone should have access to. As the North Woods Steward I’m looking forward to looking after the trails and running into any and everyone out there enjoying North Woods!"


Skidmore Community Garden


Nina Bernhardt '22

Studio Art Major; Biology Minor

"I am very interested in sustainable living and the idea of growing at least some of the food I consume. I am from Chicago, so I have not been able to garden on any kind of significant scale before and I am very excited to have the opportunity to do so now!"


Skidmore Compost


Abby Grayburn '20

Environmental Studies Major

"I'm excited to get messy with compost this year! I became a compost manager to engage with food waste initiatives on campus and tell people why composting is so easy, fun, and productive. Let's get stinky."


Andy Rhodes '20

Environmental Science Major; Studio Art Minor

"In the consumeristic society we all live in, it’s not shocking that 1/3rd of all food produced is wasted. As a Compost Manager, I hope to make a difference in students’ lives by showing them how they can utilize their food waste and transform it into healthy organic matter. I also don’t mind getting a little dirty along the way!"


 Alex Ricci '20

Environmental Studies Major; Management and Business Minor

"I am a compost manager because I want to help educate people on the endless benefits compost has not only for nutrient rich soil but also for the planet and waste management! GO COMPOST!"


Sustainability Representatives


Nina Bernhardt '22

Studio Art Major; Biology Minor 

"As an S-Rep, I am excited to persuade more people to care about sustainability because it is truly a universal issue and covers many more areas of study than just the sciences."

 Matt Cocchi

Matthew Cocchi '21

Environmental Studies Major; Anthoropology Minor

"I became an S Rep because I've always loved the environment and I want to work to protect it! Its very important to get people involved and in on the action, in order to enact some real change!"


Adam Kaszas '20

Environmental Science Major

"Everybody can make a difference, and as an S-Rep manager, I want to empower people to make environmentally conscious decisions."

 Christina Lindstrom

Christina Lindstrom '22 

Environmental Studies & Economics Major; Spanish Minor

"As an S-rep, I hope to get more students engaged in thinking about how their individual actions can and do have an impact on sustainability at Skidmore. Sustainability only ever works if everyone is on board!"


Sammi Smith '21

 Environmental Sciences Major

"I am passionate about the environment and lessening our human impact on Earth. As an S-Rep manager I hope to educate my peers about simple ways to be more environmentally friendly and make systemic changes on campus."


Emme Tissue '23

Environmental Science Major (Undeclared)

"Sustainability is truly an interdisciplinary topic and it effects every aspect of our lives. As such, I believe it is crucial that we all learn how to implement sustainable practices into our everyday activities, even our classes! I hope that as an S-Rep I can work to empower my peers to make more sustainable and informed decisions.”


Low-Impact Dining

Zoe Pagliaro

Zoe Pagliaro '20

Environmental Science Major; Political Science Minor

"I am a senior from South Kingstown, Rhode Island! I love sharing my passion for sustainable food systems with the Skidmore community through being a low-impact manager!"


 Clara Thompson '20

International Affairs Major; Media and Film Studies Minor

"As a low-impact dining manager I am excited to educate Skidmore on how to consume sustainably and to show what the dining hall is doing!"