New Views

Baker and ACHere’s the view looking out from one recently renovated building to another newly constructed.

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Le Rocket

French SkatingDr. Jody McQuillan’s French V class is learning about famous Canadian hockey player Maurice “Le Rocket” Richard, so they took a  break from the classroom to get some hands-on experience on the ice this afternoon.

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Save this One for the Archives

Central CampusHere’s an aerial view looking down on the recently completed academic center with the old Putnam Library still occupying a central spot on campus. Over March break, the old library will be demolished and landscaping on the new beach will begin.

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Matterport Mapping

Chid MatterportChidubem Umeh ’18 works on 3D mapping the Henderson Arts Center with the new Matterport volumetric camera.

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Laser Cookies

Laser CookiesAndy Shumway toasted the Nobles shield into some cookies this afternoon to demonstrate the various features of the Zing laser cutter and engraver.

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Looking In

Library Quiet Room ReflectionStudents hard at work inside the quiet reading room in the new Putnam Library.

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Lessons from the Holocaust

Anna OrnsteinDr. Anna Ornstein visited two history classes the afternoon to share her story of surviving Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust and to have a conversation with the students about social justice.

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Dog Days

Girls with DogA furry friend’s Friday visit brightened this winter afternoon in the Henderson Arts Center.

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Running of the Books

Max BooksStudents started to pack up books from the current Putnam Library and move them into the new Putnam Library this afternoon.

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Just a Few Flurries

Snow Girl ShattuckStudents powered through the relatively mild snowstorm today.

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