When President Biddy Martin sent out an email declaring Oct. 14, 2020, as Mammoth Day (the first Mountain/Mammoth Day since 1933), there was a collective sigh of relief. It didn't take long for students to get into the spirit, enjoying food, games and a chance to take a break and relax. The motto of the day: No. Work. Today.
Left to right: Madison Green ’24, Dania Hallack ’24 and Jabez Ward ’24 were clearly enjoying themselves.
Luckily, the weather cooperated and the fall colors were in full display. Some of our students got into the spirit with color-coordinated clothing. Well done!
Masks can't mask these smiles on Mammoth Day!
Mammoth Day offered opportunities for students to hike on the sanctuary trails and to enjoy food, music and games on the Quad, including some online entertainment for students attending College remotely this semester.