Saturday Classes and Games
The campus remains vital and active during the weekend. Saturday morning classes end at 12:05 p.m. Saturday afternoons are when you and your teammates compete against other schools throughout New England, or go to cheer on your friends from the sidelines.
Under headings like “Hard to Pass Up,” “Huge Weekend” and “Game Face” come the Daily Bulletin’s announcements of each weekend’s activities including: regular ski trips to nearby summits (with a stop at Dunkin' Donuts, of course), live bands, dances, stand-up comics; trips to New York City for museums, concerts, dance performances, plays, community service, shopping; celebrating multicultural holidays such as Chinese New Year and Purim; climbing-wall competitions, carnivals, movies; visiting artists conducting master classes in dance, theatre, music, and film; special class trips to an amusement park or on a Hudson River cruise; ice skating; biking; helping to build a Habitat for Humanity house.
Sundays in general are low-key –- a chance to sleep late, go for brunch in the dining hall, and spend the afternoon with friends. Many students also attend local worship services.