Facebook tells me that summer is coming to a close and friends are moving back to schools all over the country. The ones that always stand out, though, are those that mention Olin (duh). Many of my closest friends have been on campus for close to two weeks now, and the rest will be arriving in the next couple of days. I am not joining them now...it's strange, certainly unsettling. Thankfully, I'll be couch surfing in East Hall for about a week and a half, beginning Saturday, before hopping across the pond for the semester. I'm glad to have that [brief] opportunity to meet the Class of 2015 (I'm coming for you guys...)!
Anyway, I have failed to keep you, my dear readers, abreast of the happenings of the summer. To make it up to you, I have compiled images from the entire summer (yes, the entire
summer) to tell the story. Please enjoy!
Images are generally in chronological order (panoramas throw some things off). The giant caption is below. Sorry for making you scroll; hopefully, you find the photos worth a little work. An overview: dorms closed in mid-May, I went home for about a week, returned to Olin to work for the summer, then came home for three weeks. That should explain the geographical jumping about.
Protip: Click the thumbnail (yes that giant thing is merely a thumbnail) to open the full-size image in a new window.