3/15/2016 Staff

Our Spaces

This magazine article is part of Winter 2016 / Issue 84
  • Anne Dolan ’16, a government major from Connecticut and senior class president, often spends quiet mornings studying in the Michalak Commons on the second floor of the Harris Center for Business, Government & Public Policy. This has been Anne’s academic hideaway, and the room where she has completed most of her independent study on the legacy of Olympic security. The space
is named in honor of Stanley Michalak, The Honorable John C. and Mrs. Kunkel Professor of Government Emeritus. Anne Dolan ’16, a government major from Connecticut and senior class president, often spends quiet mornings studying in the Michalak Commons on the second floor of the Harris Center for Business, Government & Public Policy. This has been Anne’s academic hideaway, and the room where she has completed most of her independent study on the legacy of Olympic security. The space is named in honor of Stanley Michalak, The Honorable John C. and Mrs. Kunkel Professor of Government Emeritus. Image Credit: Deb Grove
  • Anh Nguyen ’16, a native of Hanoi, Vietnam, found a second home in F&M’s Joseph International Center after arriving on campus four years ago. As president of the international club, she spends lots of time here developing activities for other international students—including cooking meals for them. An English and economics double major, she’s also mentored first-year students from other countries and served as an assistant in the International Center. Anh Nguyen ’16, a native of Hanoi, Vietnam, found a second home in F&M’s Joseph International Center after arriving on campus four years ago. As president of the international club, she spends lots of time here developing activities for other international students—including cooking meals for them. An English and economics double major, she’s also mentored first-year students from other countries and served as an assistant in the International Center. Image Credit: Deb Grove
  • As a 2016 Fulbright recipient, Benjamin Martin ’16, an environmental science major and German minor, will teach English in Germany. A flutist, he has spent many hours rehearsing and performing in the 500-seat Barshinger Center for Musical Arts concert hall, where he created a concert that included 30 professional musicians, with support from F&M’s Nolt and Marshall awards. As a 2016 Fulbright recipient, Benjamin Martin ’16, an environmental science major and German minor, will teach English in Germany. A flutist, he has spent many hours rehearsing and performing in the 500-seat Barshinger Center for Musical Arts concert hall, where he created a concert that included 30 professional musicians, with support from F&M’s Nolt and Marshall awards. Image Credit: Deb Grove

As F&M's 2016 Commencement draws closer, members of the graduating class will begin to think about the people and experiences that shaped their undergraduate years. Some of them will also remember the places where they've spent countless hours studying, practicing, laughing, and learning. We asked three seniors to take us to those special spaces.

 
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