Photographers: David Turner, Emma Pulido '14

Sixth week of class included talks, classes plus all the other activities of college life: A large group attended the IGC's Global Citizenship in the News series discussion on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine; The SPEAK! series featured a talk by Janet Mock, author, advocate, and trans woman, who focuses her efforts on speaking about the struggles, triumph, and portrayals of girls and women like her; At the Founders Day Pub Quiz, teams of four competed against fellow student and faculty member teams for prizes; Dedication programs in celebration of the renovation and expansion of the studio art building took place and gave students and faculty a chance to show off their new space; Students listen to a presentation in Karl Egge's Deals class; Students celebrated Founders Day with a friendly game of pushball on the Old Main lawn; After the pushball broke, students celebrated Founders Day with an old-fashioned snowball fight; The Founders Day party, an annual chance for the Mac community to celebrate the college's founding, took place at the Campus Center on Friday night.

March 11, 2014

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