Students are represented by an elected Liberal Arts Society, which plays a role in all aspects of the College's intellectual and social life.
The elected representatives meet annually with the faculty in sessions open to the attendance and participation of all members of the College community.
What do you do when you're not reading or writing papers? Every spring, Liberal Arts College students get together to display their other talents, from singing to stand-up and beyond.
This annual formal dinner offers students a final opportunity to eat, drink and make merry. Designed as a farewell to the graduating class, the dinner is an event to which all students are invited.
Get to know your fellow students and try something new! No experience is necessary to participate in the annual student-run production.
Usually held in the fall, this annual College Weekend Retreat centers on recreating an historical theme or motif (most recently, “Monsters, Villains and Anti-Heroes”).
Students and faculty gather every Thursday at 4 p.m. to engage in some inspired conversation. A weekly highlight at the Liberal Arts College.
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