- Copied from Summer 2008
Every summer, many students choose to spend the three-month break in Williamstown. This page records 2009's incarnation of this practice: the students on campus, where they will live and dine, any notable events, and the like.
Housing: Currier, Morgan, Gladden (SSR)
Places to go
You can easily get by without a car during the school year. But when that 9-5 job ends, you're not left with much else to do. Here are some places in the "area" to spend some luxury time.
- Lake Shaftsbury, VT. A short 45 minute drive away, Lake Shaftsbury offers a nice big lake with walking path around the lake, a dirt volleyball area, a wide open field for frisbee throwing and other events, paddleboats for rent, and more! $2 or $3 per person. Directions.
Students on campus
Here are those in the Purple Valley for the summer of 2009. Click on "name," "year," or "job" to sort the list by that entry (alphabetically or numerically). You might as well add yourself to the top of the list.
|George Carstocea||10||Summer Theatre Lab|
|Holly Dwyer||12||WIT Intern (OIT)|
|Cameron Nutting||11||Sociology Research/Tour Guide|
|Erik Tillman||10||Biology Thesis|
|Jack Wadden||11||Computer Science Research|
|Danny Y. Huang||11||Computer Science Research|
|James Mathenge||12||Political Science Research Assistant|
|Nat Hewett||11||Economics Research|
|Madeline S. King||'11||alumni internship at the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition in North Adams|
|Pinsi Lei||12||Williams Instructional Technology Internship|
|Allie Gardner||10||Biology Research|
|William Piereson||11||Political Science Research|
|Lisa Holub||11||Social Psychology Research|
|Edgar K. Kosgey||10||OIT Desktop Systems|
|Peter Gottlieb||11||Physics Research|
|Jesse Youngmann||11||Sawyer Reference Desk|
|Rooney Charest||11||Environmental Studies Research/Sustainability Initiatives|
|K. B. DiAngelo||11||Sawyer - Stacks|