12/03/2009

Wohlsen Center Dedication Slideshow

  • Surrounded by Franklin & Marshall students and President John Fry, Carolyn and Robert Wohlsen display the ceremonial key to the Carolyn W. and Robert S. Wohlsen Center for the Sustainable Environment on Nov. 20. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • These recycling bins display a clear message prior to the dedication of the Wohlsen Center. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Sarah Dawson, acting director of the Wohlsen Center, displays a Nalgene water bottle prior to the dedication ceremony on Nov. 20. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Carolyn Wohlsen, left, with R. Scott Wright, artist-in-residence of the Wohlsen Center. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Abigail Hunt '13, left, and Samantha Duberstein '13 sold Naglene water bottles to people who pledged to give up disposable bottles. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • From left, Natalia Woodroffe '13, Allison Wein '13 and Abigail Kucher '13 enjoy refreshments in front of a display of notebooks made from recycled cereal boxes. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Patricia Epps (l.), director of athletics and recreation, with Carol de Wet, associate dean of the faculty and professor of geosciences. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Sam McLaughlin '10 opens the dedication ceremony with a poem. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Ned Tillman '71, author of The Chesapeake Watershed, delivers the keynote speech. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
  • Robert and Carolyn Wohlsen share a laugh during their remarks at the dedication ceremony. Image Credit: Andrew Levengood Photography
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