Students spend summer 2009 in Taos, studying, taking photos and blogging
June 23, 2009
Students are sharing stories and photos of their summer at SMU-in-Taos on the Adventures blog – from field trips to Bandelier National Monument to replastering the adobe wall at a 200-year-old church.
||Lydia, a sophomore President’s Scholar with a double major in Spanish in Dedman College and theater studies in Meadows School of the Arts, is studying plant biology and acting scene study. Read her blog or see her slide show.|
||Nicola, a senior majoring in political science in Dedman College, is studying archaeology. Read her blog or see her slide show.|
||Rachel, a junior with a major in journalism in Meadows School of the Arts and a minor in history in Dedman College, is studying photography. Read her blog or see her slide show.|
||The new Taos Talk blog from the Fort Burgwin Library chronicles happenings at and near SMU's New Mexico campus, including this summer’s excavation of the laundress quarters of Cantonment Burgwin and Taos' "Hippie Dippie Parade." Read the blog.|