Three students created a video profile of Princeton’s U-Bikes program and the Cyclab, which are expanding a model of sustainable transportation on campus.
Photo by Denise Applewhite
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Photo by Christina Campodonico
Video feature: 'Student work: U-Bikes and Cyclab'
Posted September 20, 2010; 12:00 p.m.
This video profiles Princeton’s U-Bikes program and the Cyclab, which support sustainable transportation on campus. U-Bikes is a student-run organization that rents refurbished bicycles to students, faculty and staff for $15 per semester. The Cyclab, a cooperative repair shop, maintains the bicycles used by the U-Bikes group.
The video was created by Chris Hipser of the class of 2011, Jarlath Byrne Rogers of the class of 2010 and Christina Campodonico of the class of 2013 as part of an intensive summer documentary production course run by the Student Environmental Communication Network. The Office of Sustainability operates the network, which is supported by funds from the High Meadows Foundation.