Place and Consciousness

By Sara Clark ’15 I’ve always put a very strong value on place—and connection to place—and on how our surroundings can subtly shape consciousness and belief. So looking at colleges as a passionate environmental advocate, one of my main criteria was the relationship between the campus and the natural world. I was totally turned off

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Shadow and Light

Cuban-born artist Emilio Sanchez is known for his bright, sunny prints—welcoming pieces that also have an air of mystery. Searing sunshine highlights architectural details of homes, buildings and landmarks and plays against darkened doors and windows, keeping the secrets inside those structures safe, leaving the viewer to wonder. The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA)

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