A Welcome Change

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Students’ beaming faces seem to say: It’s sure great to be back.

With most COVID-19 restrictions lifted last month, students greeted a summer term much like those of the past: no masks required, and plenty of opportunities to reconnect with friends and meet new classmates in the warm and welcoming environment of campus in the summertime. From studying together at the library to chatting down at the dock or on the Collis Center patio to enjoying a free dinner at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, students’ beaming faces seem to say: It’s sure great to be back.

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Four students sitting on campus green, talking
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Students chatting outside of Baker entrance
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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birds-eye-view of students studying in Collis
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Gunnar Johnson and students on dock with paddleboards
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Girls sitting around table laughing
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Two students posing and smiling
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Girl walking past Green
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(Photo by Robert Gill)
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Three kayakers on the Connecticut River
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(Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)