Sure, it snowed the day before yesterday, and will snow again tomorrow. But winter is a glorious time, and these pictures prove it.
Leaving Pettigrew after class, students head down Alumni Walk toward Commons for lunch.
Despite snow and cold, the sun also rises. Proof is in the picture.
(Top) Patrick Nelson ‘18 of Darien, Conn., sings with The Remedy in Memorial Commons during the 2015 Arts Crawl. (Bottom Left) Sam James ‘17 of Raleigh, N.C., performs a monologue from “The Foreigner“ in Memorial Commons during the Arts Crawl. (Bottom Right) Marissa Phoenix ’15 of Brooklyn, N.Y., joins a collaborative drawing project in Chase Hall with Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy William Seeley during the Arts Crawl.
Each clear evening when he‘s teaching his lunar and planetary science course, Gene Clough spends an hour or so outside, inviting students and other passersby to stargaze with him and his Cassegrain telescope.
(Top)Martin Luther King Jr. Day keynote speaker Peniel Joseph talks with President Clayton Spencer and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Matt Auer. (Bottom) Rakiya Mohamed ‘17 of Auburn, Maine, delivers an excerpt from Malcolm X‘s 1964 speech “Ballot or the Bullet“ during Sankofa‘s MLK Day performance in Schaeffer Theatre.
(Top) Illuminated by a projected image, Associate Professor of Chemistry Matthew Cote appears to be an amalgam of humanity and technology as he talks with trustees about the college‘s new state-of-the-art confocal microscope. (Middle Left) History students examine prints by photographer Berenice Abbott in the Museum of Art as they learn how to use material objects as historical sources. From left, Logan Pettinato ’16 of Massapequa, N.Y., Dani Klein ’17 of Williston, Vt., and Harrison Brown ’17 of Mount Kisco, N.Y. (Middle Right) Biology professor Larissa Williams gives the college‘s new confocal microscope a workout as her advisees, seniors Minh-Tam Pham of Ho Chi Minh City (far left) and Kathleen Morrill of Frederick, Md., watch. (Bottom) Major players in the international realm of online business, JP Maheu of Twitter (left) and George Gallate of RKG share advice during their Purposeful Work Unplugged appearance. Above all, they agree, be your authentic self in the search for purposeful work.