From The New York Times: “More than half of students attend four-year colleges within 50 miles of home. Then there are those who cross countries and oceans. For the next Education Life, we want to hear from students who are making a cultural leap, be it cornfields to Florida State, Beijing to Baruch.Send a photo of you in your home environment by July 8. Selections will be published in the Aug. 4 issue.”
Bennington students, show them what you’ve got. Submit your photo.
There is nothing quite like a music class with toy horses.
Note to self:Removing blu tack is such a hassle.
Art to experience.
people in my art
carolyn makes a thing
it echoes a lot in there
i don’t know how i pulled this off
At Bennington, we do not create a template graduation announcement for students. Instead, like the education, students design their own announcements. Every one is different. And this is definitely a different one— better than anything we could have made.
Designed by Rebecca’s sister Katherine Nakaba.
Have a good one? Share it with us.
Jennings looks extra byootiful today! (at Jennings)
Never ones to be outdone, Crossett Library is rolling out some pet therapy for our patrons. Of course, after a quick call to PETA it turned out that renting kangaroos and elephants is not easy OR humane (or legal, I’m not sure, I hung up when they started talking about lawsuits.)
But our patrons deserve the best, so they got the best that we got! From left to right, our Animal All-Stars:
If you’re in the area (on campus) feel free to come by this afternoon and Pet A Pet. (Best if you steer clear of the camel, fur is a little funky from spending most of its life inside the mouth of a golden retriever.)
April 9. Rehearsal. Bennington College.
Spring is here and for all us seniors graduating in June that means ADVANCED WORK. For me as a music student I am putting on concert in a few weeks called “Psyconaut”. I am horrifyingly nervous and really excited. These are some pictures of our rehearsals.
Here is what other seniors on shift are doing:
Eric: “Examining the relationship between resource inequality and opportunity inequality through political economy and philosophy”.
David: “I’m studying crowds and why people have an urge to be a part of something larger than themselves and how they achieve that feeling of ecstasy through religious rituals in crowds.I study social psychology, evolutionary biology and philosophy with some dance.”
Kevin: “I’m working on a paper comparing the elections of 1912 and 2012, particularly in terms of wealth inequality. I study broadly in the liberal arts with a focus in American politics.”
Michaela: “I’m playing a part in the Senior Visual Art Show and I’m writing a paper in art history on Mark Rothko, specifically his trial in the ’70s.I study sculpture, painting and art history. And a little bit of social psychology.”
Wish us luck.
Small college, BIG sky.