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Student Activities, Fall 2013

Puddle Jump participants take the plunge into frozen Lake Andrews during Winter Carnival. Run by the college’s historic student Outing Club, the premise is simple: Cut a hole in the ice of Lake Andrews and invite anyone to jump in. Photograph by Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College.

Puddle Jump participants plunge into frigid Lake Andrews during Winter Carnival. Run by the college’s Outing Club, the premise is simple: Cut a hole in the Puddle’s ice and invite anyone to jump in. (Photograph by Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College)

The Student Activities Office is getting ready for another great year.

We have planned a fun Village Club Series, with a good mix of new performers and returning favorites — see the fall schedule.

We will also offer a show this fall with performances by students. If you’re interested, please let Dean Tannenbaum know.

There will be lots of fun events offered by student groups. Get ready for the Activities Fair on Sept. 4 and the ‘80s Dance on Sept. 14. Quite a few other new and traditional events are in the works, too.

Lee Seguin continues as coordinator of student activities, and Jessica Flaherty is still at work in the Student Activities Office. Charlie and Graeme might be around as well — stop by to see.

Learn more about the Student Activities Office.



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