Lisa Scott Allison ’84 remembers how far technology has come since her first word processing experience in Sawyer basement.
Cyndy Anderson ’79 found in a yearbook that her father was voted the handsomest person in his class.
Mark Gunderson ’04 recalls falling asleep past midnight and waking up after Sawyer closed.
2009 Classmates Carleen Carey, David Edwards, Kelly Smith, Bryant Lewis, Nailah Wilds, and Alicia Santiago
Carleen Carey ’09, David Edwards ’09, Kelly Smith ’09, Bryant Lewis ’09, Nailah Wilds ’09, Alicia Santiago ’09 recall vivid Sawyer memories from senior year involving g-chatting, dance breaks, sing-a-longs, and the occasional effective studying.
Morgan Phillips-Spotts ’09 recalls being stuck on the upper monkey carrells.
Best buds and roommates Sebastian Arcelus ’99 and John Cavanaugh ’99 remember finding themselves often in the sunken cubes side by side.
Charlie Dougherty ’09 remembers having so many books at his carrell during his senior year that he couldn’t see the sun.
I cannot remember how many times Ms. Flynn or Ms. Irace had to phone me around 8 a.m. to remind me my Library shift had already begun.
I would sit in the monkey carrels and try to make sense of the words etched into the decades-old wood while he looked for the preferred version of HMS Pinafore.
It’s really difficult to look nonchalant while crossing Route 2 and the Williams campus with a huge board and two cans of paint.