After the information session, I was excited to see the campus that accompanied the logistics I had just learned all about.
Our tour guide Margret took us around to show us the variety of living options and unlike our other visits, we got to go inside one of the dorms. We saw the extensive library and science buildings. The campus was pretty spread out unlike the others we had seen.
After our tour we went back to Providence but shortly after that we got back in the car and went to Boston for dinner with alumni from Yale, Brandeis, Wellesley, M.I.T., Brown and Dartmouth. I sat with a delightful alum, Joan Becker, from Wellesley because that is the school I am most interested in. She told me about why she chose Wellesley and explained that her best friends were people she met at school. I also talked a lot with Guy Sanchez about the open curriculum at Brown and both guests had good advice about extreme East Coast weather. The food was delicious as always but my favorite was the dessert.
|A little bit of each: creme brûlée, chocolate pudding and|
mixed fruit with custard.
|All the buildings were new except for the castle of course, which is used for sophomore housing.|
|Another shot of the castle.|
|The atrium equipped with a bagel cafe and open|
space for club meetings and hanging out.
|A dorm at Brandeis.|