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For an event at The Clark Art Institute in October, students taking the two courses Sound and Sculpture exhibit safe-distancing apparatuses and sound works that depict walking in nature during a pandemic.
A Covid-19 testing site for students.
Fall Move-in Days.
Grace Kim ’23 of Cello Shots performs in front of the Paresky Center on Mountain Day in October.
Dining Services prepares meals for students living on campus during winter break.
A November shoot
for a cosmic horror
short film directed
by John Murphy ’21
for his honors theater degree.
A student helps boil 135 gallons of sap from Hopkins Forest maple trees down to about four gallons of syrup in March.
Chess games outside the Paresky Center in March.
A popular fall hangout on the steps of Chapin Hall.
Lunch on the Chapin Hall steps in March.
Students conduct lab work for Biology 101: The Cell in the fall. (Photo provided by instructor Janis Bravo.)
A snowy February day.
The Free University Winter Study Program, organized by students, includes Intro to Ukulele. (Photo provided by instructor Marika Massey-Bierman ’23.)
A new weight-training tent
next to Farley-Lamb
Field is open to the
Bradley Wakoff is a photographer based in Williamstown, Mass. His work has been published by national and international media outlets and nonprofits including USAToday, Oxfam America and The Wilderness Society.