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12 photos by Ben Mathews
Ben Mathews making space: Park Row Apartments. The College is expanding housing opportunities on campus in anticipation of a high number of students on campus in the fall. Ben Mathews all aboard: School buses transported the first group of students to the Brunswick Recreation Center for vaccine appointments on Wednesday. Ben Mathews just keep swabbing: Sam Henderson '21 pushes his mask down to swab his nose in Morrell Gym. Ben Mathews testing it out: A student receives a testing vial and swab from the testing center in Morrell Gym. Free testing is no longer available for students without campus privileges. Ben Mathews open for business: A student employee works alone at a desk in the library. Ben Mathews getting the hours: A student dining employee stands behind the serving buffet during a lunchtime shift in Thorne Hall. Ben Mathews reduce, reuse, recycle: Trash and recycling bins outside a dorm on campus. Ben Mathews takeout only: Trash accumulates in a student's room. Ben Mathews HOME COURT ADVANTAGE: Henry Somerby ’23 fires a serve during last week’s NESCAC men’s squash championships, hosted at the Lubin Squash Center. Ben Mathews FULL STEAM AHEAD: Ella Garnett ’22 storms downfield in last weekend’s NIRA semifinal win over Norwich University. The team will play in the NIRA Division III Championship game tomorrow against the University of New England at Harvard University’s Mignone Field. This is the first championship appearance for the team since moving to the NIRA conference. Ben Mathews NO PLACE LIKE HOME: Ryan Supple ’23 rounds a corner at the Bowdoin Invitational II last month. Coming off of strong NESCAC championship performances, the cross-country teams are preparing to host NCAA regionals in two weeks. Ben Mathews POETRY IN MOTION: Nicholas Maniatis ’22 sets the pace in last weekend’s Bowdoin Invitational, hosted on campus. It was the first meet for both the women’s and men’s cross-country teams. They put up strong performances, showing promise for the remainder of the season.
Ben Mathews • April 30, 2021
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students have called for the College to focus more on student wellness, both on and off campus. Peer Health feels it has the platform to meet student needs for health and wellness programming.