On October 8, first-year Honors students participated in our annual trip to the Cayuga Nature Center. They carved pumpkins, explored the Center’s treehouse and interacted with the creatures that live there, and, as per tradition, presented skits created with their seminar classes. Check out the slideshow below to see some highlights from the trip! We thank Daniel Gelles for sharing these photos with us.
Last weekend, the Honors program took its annual trip with first-year students to the Cayuga Nature Center, and we got some great shots and videos of the skits that each seminar performed! Check out the photo slideshow from Professor David Flanagan and the skits from Exploratory first-year Megan Holman!
Look Away, Look Homeward Skit: Reading and Performing Fiction of the American South skit
Wonder Women and Lethal Girls: Feminism in Fantasy and Science Fiction skit
Why Are We Here? Skit 1
Why Are We Here? Skit 2
Globalization, The Environment & You skit
Power and Justice in Classical Athens skit (2 parts)
And, of course, the Why Are We Here class presenting a pumpkin to Tom Pfaff himself!