On the second day of our trip, we headed to campus to wander around and sit in on some classes with our former teachers.
We walked down to the lake from the Academy side, a ways away from our cabin.
Seagulls hanging out on top the dance building.
The fall colors on campus were stunning.
Main campus, between the dorms, cafeteria, and classroom buildings.
We attended Mr. McCall's Early American History class on the slave trade. Mr. McCall was definitely one of my favorite teachers and it was fun to chat with him about the class material, and to pick his brain about the shutdown, the 2016 election, etc.
(Me, Kira, Mr.McCall, Tracy)
Only a few of us registered for the reunion, supposedly the reason it was canceled, so we easily fit into a group photo.
Saw some old faces...
and some new flyers for theory tutorial and the Chamber Singers concert.
We saw the new (to us) library in what used to be the gym. When we were there, the music library was very much like a dungeon underneath the cafeteria. But now it's a swank, college-style building with the internet and everything.
Kira and I also attended Dr. Van Maanen's first year music theory class and participated in the day's lesson on second species counterpoint. Woohoo!