March participants approach the Ben Franklin statue on their route to the Hamilton Library. About 15 people marched, with students taking up the rear.
Rev. Ayanna Garrett leads attendees of the chapel service in dance before her speech. Entitled "Now is the Time," her speech was aimed at encouraging students to engage in social activism.
Franklin College staff, including Dean Andrew Jones and President Kerry Prather, engage in a moment of silence for social justice during the chapel service. About 30 people turned out for the event in person.
Dana Cummings, vice president of development & alumni engagement, scoops tater tots onto a plate Monday. Many students expressed approval of the generous helpings that the cabinet members served.
President Prather's cabinet members serve food at Monday's late night, alongside Parkhurst employees. Vice presidents Thanda Maceo (not pictured) and Dana Cummings (left) ran the left station, while Dean Andrew Jones and Dean Kristin Flora (right) served food on the right front.
President Kerry Prather pours orange juice at late night Monday. "I like to get a feel for how exams are going. Students seem happy. It's a stressful time, so this is a good opportunity for them to relax," Prather said.
Franklin College Alumna Sam Fain, class of 2020, said she listens to a playlist that incorporates themes of her writing like grief and loss, while writing her thesis manuscript for her MFA. An album that has influenced her writing recently is “A Crow Looked At Me” by Mount Eerie.