State of the Campus

As the harvest season wraps up, we have more time to pursue other activities on campus. Francisco and Dan, for example chose to spend their time learning how to cook.



The Fall 2015 semester has an affinity for playing the ukelele. These instruments can be heard before (and sometimes during) study hours, during dorm check-in meetings, and in between classes. This is Annie playing for Kareen, our French teacher.


Students also have opportunities to interact with local residents. Venecia (left) and Kyung Mi (right) often have long dinner conversations with Ruth (center), who is the mother-in-law of one of our math teachers, Kathy Hooke.



A few weeks ago, a group of students took advantage of the trails in Vermont and participated in the Foliage Five 5K run in Thetford, Vermont.




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