tour guides: Last Name E - P

Julius Graefe - Class of '16

Major: Environmental Studies
Hometown: East Longmeadow, MA


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with The Men's Tennis Team.

My favorite spot on campus is the Tennis courts.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because of the close-knit relationships between the faculty and students.


Bethany Guimond - Class of '15

Major: Child Development
Hometown: Marshfield, MA


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with The Women's Rugby team.

My favorite spot on campus is The Dan & Kathleen Hogan Sports Center.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because of the warm and friendly environment that exists within the campus community.


Michael Harte - Class of '16

Major: Media Studies
Hometown: Litchfield, NH


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with The Campus Activities Board.

My favorite spot on campus is The Susan Colgate Cleveland Library.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because of the small class sizes.


Diep "ZiZi" Nghiem - Class of '15

Major: Health Care Management
Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with The Cross Cultural Club.

My favorite spot in New London is Lake Sunapee Harbor.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because of the peaceful scenery, small environment, and the friendly people here.


Krista Peace - Class of '15

Major: History & Political Studies
Hometown: Santa Barbara, CA


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with my internship in Representative Kuster's Office.

My favorite spot on campus are the study lofts in the library.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because i wanted a small (college) community with small, interesting, discussion based classes.


Jen Petty - Class of '15

Major: Child Development
Hometown: Bridgewater, MA


One of the ways I show "Charger Pride" is through involvement with The Child Development Club.

My favorite spot in New London is the study the top of Mount Kearsarge looking down onto campus.

I chose Colby-Sawyer because of small school, close-knit community feel it has.


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