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Williamstown Summer 2010
- Copied from Summer 2009
Every summer, many students foolishly choose to spend the three-month break in Williamstown. This page records 2010's incarnation of this practice: the students on campus, where they will live and dine, any notable events, and the like.
Housing: Currier, Prospect, Gladden, Poker Flats
Summer Science Program (SSP): Perry
Places to go and Things to do
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 because this is Williamstown, MA, after all. Here are some places in the "area" to spend some luxury time.
- Pittsfield is a bit closer than Vermont with 2 decent lakes. It's a "city." There's also Barrington Stage and The Colonial if you're interested in theatre/cultural activities and have seen everything at Williamstown Theatre Festival already.
- 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.
- Tanglewood. This performance space of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops is located in Lenox and is an outstanding location for a picnic and a concert. Try to get there before the end of the summer.
- Williamstown Theater Festival. It's here again this year. Students are allowed to purchase "Student Rush Tickets" to all performances starting three hours before curtain for $15. Otherwise, shows are pretty expensive, but it's an opportunity to see some good theater without going very far.
Students on campus
Here are those in the Purple Valley for the summer of 2010. Please add yourself with your class ('10s at the top, '13s at the bottom).
|Joshua Wilson||11||PSYC research/thesis||Prospect 129|
|Veronica Rabelo||11||PSYC thesis||Currier N30|
|Peter Gottlieb||11||PHYS thesis||Prospect 410|
|Aimee Weber||11||BIOL Thesis||Currier C12|
|Antonio Lorenzo||11||PHYS thesis||Prospect 412|
|Nat Hewett||11||ECON Research||Prospect 432|
|Lisa Merkhofer||11||GEOS thesis||Unknown|
|Casey Lyons||11||Chem thesis||Gladden|
|Robby Finley||11||PHIL thesis||Prospect 306|
|Jen Oswald||11||WCMA Education Intern||TBA|
|Brian Shepherd||11||BIO Research||Prospect 204|
|David Brett||11||Classics research||Prospect 424|
|Rachel Teitelbaum||11||Zilkha center intern||Prospect|
|Lucas Bruton||11||CHEM thesis||unknown|
|Chris Brauchli||11||CSCI research||Prospect 423|
|Sara Turner||11||Chem thesis||Prospect 225|
|Leigh Davis||11||Bio thesis||Gladden C14|
|Julian Hess||12||PHYS research||Prospect 326|
|Andi Beqiraj||12||Econ RA||Prospect 118|
|Tyisha Turner||12||Summer Theatre Lab||Prospect|
|Emily Stein||12||Sawyer lib. assistant||Prospect 425|
|Kimmy Sanders||12||Archives||Currier C36|
|Holly Dwyer||12||Bio research||Gladden B14|
|K. B. DiAngelo||12||Bridges Manager (MCC)||Unknown|
|Kim Stroup||12||Library!||Gladden B13|
|Jeannette Rivera||12||Tourguide||Gladden A34|
|Michael Semensi||12||SSP Tutor||Perry|
|Emma Pelegri-O'Day||12||Chem research||Currier S12|
|Michael Alcala||12||Chem research||Prospect 201|
|Martha Mitchell||12||Chapin Rare Book Lib. Asst.||Gladden|
|Paloma Marin||12||Bio Research||Currier|
|Sora Kim||13||Chem research||Gladden|
|Andy Quinn||13||Foreign Policy institute||East|
|Sarah Rowe||13||Hopkins Forest||Currier C34|
|April Shen||13||CS research||Currier C37|
|Emily Ury||13||Chem research||Currier|
|Eunice Baek||13||WIT||Prospect 414|
|Karlan Eberhardt||13||OIT - Netsys||Gladden B25|
|Emmanuel Whyte||13||OIT/Socio/Philo Research||Prospect 421|
|Steve Mendoza||13||Chem Research||Gladden B21|