Sage City Symphony warming up for the youth composers concert feating compositions by students from bennington, williams and the college of saint rose.

Sage City Symphony warming up for the youth composers concert feating compositions by students from bennington, williams and the college of saint rose.

Nothing like a little Joni on a thursday morning…

Classesss

This term I’m taking……

Tsunami Wave Clouds: Metaphor, Body, and Text

Film Music

Battle of the Bands: Blackface, Brass, and Civil War

Literature of World War I

Alright guys, for questions about housing, please refer to the above link. It should give you any logistics you need to know.
As far as what specific communities are like etc, we love you all, but it really doesn’t do us a whole lot of good to answer those questions. Houses almost all have pretty equivalent levels of community kinds of people etc, and more specific things about them change tremendously on a yearly basis because people are constantly moving around. 
Anything you do hear about a specific house, you should probably take with a grain of salt, because sometimes as many as 20 freshmen move into a house (which obviously changes it a lot), and even if the group of freshmen is smaller, other people may have moved around or just changed. Seniors are often some of the most important people in a community, so when they graduate, houses automatically shift a fair amount.
We understand you’re super excited to be here, but we don’t want to destroy the beauty of first moving to campus with a bunch of preconceptions.
See you soon!
Liam 

Alright guys, for questions about housing, please refer to the above link. It should give you any logistics you need to know.

As far as what specific communities are like etc, we love you all, but it really doesn’t do us a whole lot of good to answer those questions. Houses almost all have pretty equivalent levels of community kinds of people etc, and more specific things about them change tremendously on a yearly basis because people are constantly moving around. 

Anything you do hear about a specific house, you should probably take with a grain of salt, because sometimes as many as 20 freshmen move into a house (which obviously changes it a lot), and even if the group of freshmen is smaller, other people may have moved around or just changed. Seniors are often some of the most important people in a community, so when they graduate, houses automatically shift a fair amount.

We understand you’re super excited to be here, but we don’t want to destroy the beauty of first moving to campus with a bunch of preconceptions.

See you soon!

Liam 

Over the summer we’ll be posting weekly pics of the academic spaces on campus.

This week, the sculpture studios.

Check out some other ones here.

METALLLL

Liam

Anonymous asked: Hi, what is FWT like? I mean from your experience.

I just did a bit of a post about FWT, and Kevin did as well. Hope they answer your question. Feel free to email me (liamd@bennington.edu) if you want to get into a longer discussion about it.

Liam

Also, you might be interested in my classes this term

Viewpoints

Literary Diaries and Journals

American Theatre Now

The Body Acoustic

Traditional Music Ensemble


This is a picture of me backpacking. I do that sometimes. I also work in the Bennington Admissions Office.

This is a picture of me backpacking. I do that sometimes. I also work in the Bennington Admissions Office.