Friday News From Campus, 2018 April 06
A letter from Giselle Furlonge '03 opens this issue, which recaps many events of a busy spring on campus. Faculty member Jason Kunen presents a paper to a philosophy conference, while Environmental Studies students travel to Hawk Mountain and Humanities students catch Angels in America on Broadway. In another theater event, Dan Hasse '10 brings his Shakespeare in the Square company to campus to perform A Midsummer Night's Dream. Students are shown firing pots raku-style and solving math problems outside on a sunny day. Painter David Brewster opens a show in the Warner Gallery and speaks to students. Students, faculty, and faculty children attend the March for Our Lives in Washington DC. The Chapel celebrates Holy Week with a series of services. In alumni news, Brookie McIlvaine '16 plans to run the New York Marathon in honor of her brother Alex ('14) and Eliza Wainwright '15 and Aly Saliba '14 compete against each other in college lacrosse.