Many Hands, Light Work

| November 20, 2012

On the morning of Sept. 28, about 180 students, staff and faculty participated in the College’s second Sweet Day of Service. Everyone pitched in to complete 17 projects involving chores such as trail maintenance, landscaping, cleaning, interior and exterior painting, and generally sprucing up the campus. Sweet Day is a revival of the Patchwork Day tradition when students donned their grubs and set to work with rakes, paint brushes or whatever tool the job called for.

 

Category: Fall 2012, On the Quad