The sisters of PBX engaged in some on-campus philanthropy recently when they helped Director of Outdoor Leadership Andrew Jillings repair a bridge in Rogers Glen that had been swept away by a storm.

PBX member Catharine Pierce ’20, who is a certified Outing Club and Adirondack Adventure leader, helped sophomore PBX members with the project. “Philanthropy is a big part of PBX, and we have done a lot of work in the community with Joseph’s Experience and the Thea Bowman house, and wanted to help with some on campus work as well,” she said.

Pierce said after placing the bridge back in the correct location, the volunteers created a ramp made out of thin rocks to help weigh it down as well as make it possible for bikers to go on and off the bridge seamlessly. 

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