If they were little pots of grass, they belonged to Michaela and she was letting the water drain out of the bottom. If not, then I’m glad your tour raised some questions.
kind of! every house will change with who lives in it and those that reside there know it best. i can’t begin to compare personalities between houses because as you can imagine i haven’t lived in all of them! I would just focus on the type of community YOU want and if you happen to be one of those students that will be filling out a Bennington housing form soon do your best to describe the type of house personality that you need!
With Bennington’s Plan Process you won’t have any college required courses. Along with your Plan committee you’ll decide what classes you believe you should take as a history focus. I guarantee you that you will step out of the box a bit and take some classes in unexpected disciplines but it will be YOUR decision.
When the strong sun of a Vermont summer begins to soften and the cold winter air turns sun kissed faces to ice the services at Tropical Rayz will paint your winter hue back into the shades of summer.
Tropical Rayz found at 418 Main Street Bennigton, VT. They’re open 7 days a week.
Well like Leigh, Bingham is a colonial on second street right near the end of the world. Bingham is a courtesy house with set quiet hours. Every term the whole house will come together and decide when those will be. Overall, it’s a pretty beautiful house because it has a big porch in the back.
But….. I wouldn’t recommend it considering Evan is the house chair.
p.s. most of the colonials including Bingham don’t have overhead lighting. So if you are placed in Bingham or another colonial I would suggest purchasing a lamp or two.
No unfortunately we do not! But we DO have yoga, Pilates, and zumba classes that cost 3 bucks a class. We do have two heavy bags among other equipment that you could use for kickboxing on your own time. But if you are dead set on some sort of class I would encourage you to ask around campus and see if anyone else is interested. You could find a student to teach it and run it as a club and get funding to get other equipment! Just an idea…and I would definitely join so now all we need to do is find a teacher!
No!! We’ve never had an official snow day. Vermont winters are notorious so the whole town of Bennington tends to be well prepared for any type of snow situation. On the OTHER hand when I got back from FWT my sophomore year the snow was so heavy that some of my professors couldn’t make it to campus for class. But at the same time Jess still had class because her professor lived on campus…. So I’d keep an eye on the weather report but chances are Bennington professors will make it to class come hail or high water.
Amira says, ” It’s actually very nice”. I have trouble getting in contact with her but that’s for other reasons…
And they need your advice on how to do it.
The best part about this is that whatever routine gets the most votes, we’ll make a video of their first workout and share it with you!
If you’re planning on bringing a bunch of electronics I would say…. yes.