International Student Tree Trimming with President Zak!

One of the many traditions on campus is reserved just for resident international students! The tradition is the International Student Tree Trimming Evening with the President. Long-standing for thirteen years, international students are invited to the President's house for delicious, holiday-themed snacks and Christmas tree decorating. This is an opportunity for students to learn about... Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks!

One of the wonderful things about being an international student at Agnes Scott is experiencing the American culture and holidays. I think it's safe to say that Americans get very excited about the holidays, and go all out! And with brisk temperatures in the air and fallen leaves on the campus cobblestones, one of the... Continue Reading →

A Snapshot of Classes

One of the most exciting things about college is choosing your classes and learning inspiring new material that you couldn't learn in high school. Agnes Scott has an impressive course offering, spanning subjects from astrophysics to English literature to visual art to mathematics. Because ASC is a liberal arts college, you can definitely take courses... Continue Reading →

Scottie Summer Insight: Hubert Scholars Program

Aside from internships and research experience, Agnes Scott offers some programs to support students seeking more global opportunities during the summer. One such program is the Hubert Scholars Program in Public Service which provides students with up to $3,500 in funding to pursue an international or domestic internship/volunteer experience in public health, social and economic... Continue Reading →

Scottie Summer Insight: Bridge to Business

While some Scotties might conduct research over the summer, work at an internship, or go on a great American road-trip vacation, about 31 students participated in Agnes Scott's Bridge to Business program. Officially known as Women's Bridge to Business, or B2B, this three week long summer seminar is open to all students of all majors... Continue Reading →

Scottie Summer Insight: GFSTEM Scholars Program

While we're back to class and digging deep into schoolwork already, some Scotties are likely still daydreaming about their amazing summer. Maybe some students took the roughly 3 months off to relax and vacation, most Agnes Scott students are highly productive and choose to continue their education through various learning experiences that are relevant to... Continue Reading →

Welcome Back!

What is that sound? Student are chatting in Evans Dining Hall over fried chicken and yummy desserts, shoes clatter across the campus cobblestones, and pages flip furiously in the library. It sounds like the start of the 2018-2019 academic year! This new academic year has many exciting developments. First, we bid farewell back in May... Continue Reading →

Bell Ringing – A Personal Account

On the bucket list for a Senior Scottie, ringing the bell is definitely one of the most exciting. In our older post about the bell-ringing tradition, we delineated the facts associated with this tradition, but it never feels quite the same when one gets to ring the bell herself. Last Friday, I happened to be... Continue Reading →

Agnes Scott in the Past

This weekend, Agnes Scott is hosting our annual Alumnae Weekend! Alumnae from across class years will be flocking to campus to reconnect with classmates, professors, and nostalgic memories. The entire weekend is jam-packed, with events taking place from Thursday evening to Sunday. Some of the highlights include departmental dessert receptions, a Hub Sing, and various... Continue Reading →

A “Kiss” Goodbye to President Kiss

As some of you may know, our beloved college president, Elizabeth Kiss (pronounced "quiche"), is leaving the school after a fruitful 12 years of service. President Kiss, or PK or PKiss as us students like to call her, is very much loved on campus for many things: her fabulous, warm smile, great sense of humour,... Continue Reading →

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