28 Weybridge St.
The Weybridge Environmental House is home to students who seek to inform themselves and the College community about pressing environmental issues. House members form a community of supportive peers with a shared interest in examining our role as humans within greater natural systems. They also seek to minimize their negative impact on the environment. Through faculty discussion dinners, lectures, hikes, letter-writing campaigns, and networking with other college environmental houses, Weybridgers strive to live responsibly. Weybridge has a unique meal plan. Instead of going to the college dining halls, residents order food in bulk from the main dining hall and cook for themselves as a community. They also supplement their vegetarian diet with a harvest from the house's organic vegetable and herb garden. Weybridge houses approximately 10 students each year.
Type of Housing
4 singles, 7 doubles, 3 bathroom, 2 lounges, kitchen (refrigerator, stove, oven, sink, storage), storage in the basement.