• First-year students enjoy PlayFair, a team-building experience fostering campus unity and school spirit.
    Ready to Explore
    After moving into their dorm rooms and saying good-bye to parents, members of the Class of 2023 gathered on the Campus Lawn to begin their college adventures.
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  • Ellie Field ’14 on a nighttime taxonomy collecting trip.
    A Bug’s Life

    As a PhD student in entomology, Ellie Field ’14 is focusing on mosquitos that are responsible for vector-borne illnesses like dengue fever, chikungunya, and the Zika and West Nile viruses.


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  • Cordie Goodrich ’15 (left) readies an autonomous underwater glider at BIOS with Ruth Curry, the lead scientist in th...
    Scientists in the Drone Age

    From Antarctica to Belize to Bermuda, three recent alumnae are finding careers in the cutting-edge science of using drones and remote sensing to study coastal and marine environments.


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  • The master gunsmith instructs Kyle Bunts ’20 in ironworking gun parts.
    Lock, Stock, and Barrel

    After working at two archaeological excavation sites in Maryland, anthropology major Kyle Bunts ’20 is wrapping up his summer with a gunsmithing internship at Colonial Williamsburg.


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  • Austin Allen '20 Intern at Hearst Television
    WC Summer Spotlights
    This summer, Evan Savoth ’20, Corbin Loree summer marketing and social media intern, has been gathering student summer internship experiences and sharing them on our social media pages. Read on to see what some of our students have been doing this summer!
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  • Olivia Butler ’21 is spending the summer studying the migration of black mangroves in northern Florida.
    Muddy Studies

    During her 10-week REU—Research Experiences for Undergraduates, funded by the National Science Foundation—Olivia Butler ’21 studied how climate change is affecting a delicate balance in the northern Florida salt marsh ecosystem.


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