This slideshow gives you
a glimpse into campus life at Agnes Scott College this fall. From gallery talks
to dances and dunking booths, there were informative and fun happenings with
Agnes Scott’s beautiful campus as a backdrop.
Seniors gave talks this fall at Agnes Scott’s Dalton Gallery to explain their works on display as
part of “Material Witness,” an exhibition of women artists that includes both
student pieces and work from noted artists.
Agnes Scott Athletics
Smart Women Sweat is the
sentiment behind Agnes Scott’s Scotties. The fall sports teams, soccer and
volleyball, were in fighting form.
One of Agnes Scott’s
oldest traditions, Black Cat began in 1915 as a prank night between first-year
students and sophomores. Held in early October, it now marks the end of
orientation and the official recognition of the new class in the campus
community. Black Cat involves a week of events, including the Black Cat Dance,
class parties, Field Day and lots of class spirit.