The annual spring flower show has marked the beginning of spring since 1971, yet the greenhouses have been a staple of botanical beauty since the late 1800s. Read the history of the arboretum and view images of the beautiful flowers. Read more and view photos»
The slew of mass shootings from Aurora to Newtown has Marian Harris ’62 angry. She works for the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence, a nonprofit dedicated to educating the public about and encouraging legislation to reduce gun violence. Read more»
Big Broadcast a Big Hit
On Sunday, March 10, the audience in Chapin tuned into WJAZ and traveled back in time to a 40s-style radio broadcast. It was the eighth annual Big Broadcast, hosted by local weather man, Brian Lapis. Read more»
By Professor Martha Ackmann: “Late in the fall when I leave campus after dark, I often pass the College gates and the library all lit up and I think about the women who lived on this spot a century or more ago.”Read more»
The president’s house continues to be filled with beautiful music this season, from the Glee Club and the Chorale during the winter, and now the Piano Quartet has stopped by and performed the first movement of the Schumann Piano Quartet…Read more»
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