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By College Newsletter
Why Are You Here and Not Somewhere Else?
Emily Wang, ’14, who spent winter quarter studying at the University of Chicago Center in Paris, sent these sketchy reports.
The four-inch, plastic winner of the Logan art contest
Winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest tell the stories behind the images.
What do the Senior Class Gift and Scav Hunt have in common? Christopher Straus, LAB’84, AB’88, MD’92, tells all.
Eric Fish, AB’03, and Lakshmi Shenoy, AB’05, remember the fun and not-so-fun—make that character-building—moments of serving on the Senior Class Gift committee.
With gifts to Odyssey and international study, parents Stephen and Lisa Bonner have knocked down hurdles for future College students.
Emily Wang, Class of 2014, was asked to see as much art as she could in a single day with her Arts Pass. This is her story.