“We are in this thing together,” said the Rev. Matt Gaventa in his invocation to open the 111th academic session of Sweet Briar College.
“Raise your hand if you consider yourself a feminist!” There was little hesitation among most Sweet Briar students when Allison Rapson, one half of the female-founded media company “We Are the XX,” introduced Tuesday afternoon’s orientation event in Murchison Lane Auditorium.
Rising senior and Sweet Briar tennis team captain Gina Rutledge felt right at home this summer while interning at the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center.
Andrea Eis first encountered Meta Glass in Athens, Greece, in the margins of a water-stained copy of Sophocles’ “Antigone” at Dikemes Library.
Move-in day is just around the corner, and you’re so ready for college: You’ve joined the Class of 2020 Facebook group, met your roommate, and the two of you are already decorating your dorm room — mentally, of course.