Convocation is an essential part of welcoming a new academic year. Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to hear from our provost, Dr. Madison U. Sowell, as he spoke about the importance and application of “festina lente,” a Latin phrase meaning “make haste slowly.” It was an enlightening and encouraging reminder for everyone at the beginning of a new and promising year. Following the address, the professors, decked out in their academic regalia, greeted students as they exited the Stoddard Center.
(Post by Madeleine Gail Rex ’16. Photos by Jordan Wunderlich ’15 and Eva Sorensen ’17.)