26 Jun 2004
The day after the "Last Supper", Marcos, Sara, John, Roger, and I all took a break from packing to catch...
25 Jun 2004
The Last Supper
For our last group field trip before we all part, the program organized a visit to the local Hook Norton...
18 May 2004
One more Oxford tradition we had yet to partake in by May was punting, so on the 18th a group...
16 May 2004
My parents and I next made a pilgrimage to Windsor, where, in addition to lots of overflying planes from nearby...
14 May 2004
Although Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill, was just down the road from the Williams Compound, we didn't manage to...
11 May 2004
In mid-May my parents flew out from Indiana to visit. During the first week, we traveled to London where, after...
1 May 2004
One of Oxford's many lovely traditions is the singing of hymns from Magdalen Tower bright and early on May first...
24 Apr 2004
A few days after returning from our European sojourn, we attended that annual Exeter College Ball. The grand party featured...
19 Mar 2004
Natural History Museum
The day before we left for Sicily, Joe, Sara, Marcos, and I took a trip to one of my...
16 Mar 2004
Spring in Oxford
Although Hilary term was my busiest, with two full tutorials, it still afforded plenty of time spent with friends and...
8 Mar 2004
The final assignment for Medieval Architecture was a tour of some of Oxford's college chapels, beginning with New College's magnificent...
28 Feb 2004
My third field trip for Medieval English Architecture was to 13th-century Salisbury Cathedral, not far away from Stonehenge, which I...
23 Feb 2004
The American Party
Williams students throw an annual party for their Exonian compatriots as an expression of cross-pond solidarity and, in 2004, for...
19 Feb 2004
Christ Church Meadows
These are pictures from three of my favorite settings during that spring: the Christchurch Meadows, the Sackler Art History Library,...
14 Feb 2004
Valentine's Day Ball
After returning from London, I joined the rest of the Williams crew at the Exeter Valentine's Day Ball, where...
14 Feb 2004
The British Museum
On Valentine's Day, Marcos and I headed to London where I planned on visiting Westminster Abbey for class. It...
7 Feb 2004
The second of my Cathedral trips was to Winchester, the capital of England in the 10th and 11th centuries and...
4 Feb 2004
One February morning, I took my camera to Exeter's Fellows' Garden, where spring had come early....
31 Jan 2004
The most exciting of my Hilary term courses was English Medieval Architecture, in large part because of its required field...
28 Jan 2004
Winter in Oxford
At the end of January, Oxford experienced its only snow that year-heavy, thick, and perfect for picturesque street scenes...
25 Jan 2004
Our resident ice skating expert, Marge, led a mid-winter outing to the Oxford ice rink where, after watching a particularly...
24 Jan 2004
Exeter College, Oxford, was founded in 1314 by Walter de Stapeldon, intending that it educate clergy for Devon. It...
16 Jan 2004
The programme's first big event of Hilary term was the annual Solicitor's Luncheon, hosted at the Naval & Military...
1 Dec 2003
Despite our poor showing at the Christ Church Regatta, our boat was still entitled to enjoy the highlight of Michelmas...
28 Nov 2003
Christ Church Regatta
As part of our introduction to university life, John, Joe, and I decided to our try our uninitiated hands at...
14 Nov 2003
In mid-November Mark, Alana, and I decided to make a weekend venture to Bath, home of impressive Roman ruins and,...
11 Oct 2003
Thanks to some quick organizing by Marcos, we were able to see the Brazilian national football team play Jamaica...
10 Oct 2003
Stratford upon Avon
Our introduction to England continued with a trip to Stratford-upon-Avon, home of Shakespeare and the Royal Shakespeare Company, whose...
3 Oct 2003
Each year, William College send twenty-some of its juniors to spend a year at Exeter College, Oxford, where they take...