Another four inches of snow fell last night. Temperatures are once again going to dip below zero the next two nights. Winter continues, but we will not let it keep us down here at Proctor! Take a journey through a winter day in images with us!
Campus hasn't seen this much snow in quite some time, but we are making the best of it!
Jimmy took advantage of the more than 2 feet of powder on the pond to try a back flip.
He landed it of course...and is checking out the footage Felipe took.
Peter Southworth's Ecological Literature course took time to take portraits on the pond. Not a bad backdrop!
As we walk through English classrooms and by the Wise Center, we can't help but notice the snow banks are beginning to get in the way of things...
As we duck into Slocomb Hall, we get a sneak preview of the beautiful artwork that will be on display Saturday night at the end of term Art Show in the Meeting House (beginning at 6:00PM and followed by Jazz/Rock Ensemble in the Wise Center at 8:00PM).
Shirley Hall is bustling with activity as students prepare for final exams next week.
Yes, we smile while we prepare for exams. It's true.
The Lovejoy Library is a great place to spend time these days as the south-facing windows capture what little warmth the sun is sharing with us.
US History students are completing research papers with the help of Judy and Marie in the library as well.
There is just over a week of classes and final exams before Spring Break! Bailey and Jon agree, we've got this!