LaSell College

Located in just on the outskirts of Boston in charming Newton, MA, we got to see firsthand that LaSell College boasts a terrific and helpful staff. We had a great time taking in all that they have to offer their students.

Here are a few photos from our trip…

Even though its cold outside, thoughts of beach fun are not far from LaSell Students’ minds with this sand volleyball court!

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Aspiring Comedians, Musicians and Poets alike can showcase their skills on this stage in the Student Center:

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You might think that you are window shopping on 5th Avenue, but you are actually in the Fashion Department at LaSell:

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Thanks so much to everyone at LaSell who took time out of their busy days to show us around. We hope to see some LaSell students this summer in NYC!


Mount Ida

Even though the day we visited Mount Ida was a rainy one, we still managed to visit some great staffers and get some cool shots of the campus, located just outside of Boston in Newton, MA.

This interesting fixture lines the entrance way of Mount Ida College:


Sports are never far from Mount Ida Students’ minds with a baseball and football field centrally located on campus!


Mount Ida buildings are listed on the Council of Independent Colleges Historic Architecture Project List, including this 18th century New England Colonial Farmhouse:


Thanks so much to everyone who took time to show us around campus. Hope to see some Mount Ida students in our buildings this summer in NYC!

Babson College

We had a fantastic time visiting the beautiful campus of Babson College, one of the top ranked business schools for Business and Entrepreneurship in the world. The campus is situated in quaint Wellesley, MA, where there is no shortage of inspired boutiques and cozy coffee shops and restaurants.

Here are a couple photos from our trip!…

Escaping from the monotony of textbooks and exams is easy at the game room set up in the Student Center:


Entrepreneurship is a main focus in the graduate school.

Displayed on the banisters are current students’ definition of the word:

Thanks so much to everyone who took time to meet with us and show us around. Hope to be back for another visit soon, and to see some Babson students in NYC!

Tufts University

We recently made our way to beautiful Boston to pay a visit to the wonderful folks at Tufts University. Here are some snapshots of our trip!…

This archway doubles as an outdoor connection between Paige Hall and the International Center at Tufts:


Decorating the walls of the Drama and Dance office, this beautifully painted tree brings the outside indoors!

It may take a bit of a climb but the payoff is worth it — this gateway and up the stairs to Ballou Hall are one of the best on campus!…
Jumbo, Tufts’ official mascot, has ranked among the most singular in college athletics by The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated!
As you can see, we were treated to a beautiful day and bountiful hospitality courtesy of the Tufts staff. We hope to make another trip again soon, and to see many Tufts students in our buildings this summer in NYC!

University of Vermont

As you can see in our first photo, the sun broke through the winter chill and warmed up our visit to University of Vermont. Located in beautiful Burlington, VT, we enjoyed sweeping views of Lake Champlain!


What a beautiful way to welcome guests to campus!

School PRIDE doubling as navigation on this LARGE campus!
Art students display their work at the entrance of Williams Hall.  How cool are these chairs?!
Theater enthusiasts are prepping for their upcoming shows, as well as promoting their future performances!
Thanks so much to everyone who helped make our visit so memorable. We hope to see some UVM students this summer in NYC!

Middlebury College

Founded in 1800, Middlebury College is one of the oldest liberal arts colleges in the United States. We had a fantastic time walking around the picture-perfect campus, which is situated inbetween the Green Mountains and the Adirondack Park.

Middlebury 1The talented students within the Studio Art Department at Middlebury showcase their work on the walls for other students, faculty and staff to see!

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Believe it or not… this is the campus cafeteria! Definitely wins the award for one of the coolest  dining halls we have seen all fall!

Thanks so much to all who took time to showed us around. We hope to be back for another visit soon!

Dartmouth College

The weather may have been chilly when we visited the Dartmouth College campus but we stayed warm by walking around and checking out all of these great sights!…

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Dartmouth students get to test out the seasonal soup flavors that will soon be available in their cafeteria!

Dartmouth 2Don’t worry… it’s not real! This  monumental Crouching Spider sculpture is on a yearlong loan to Dartmouth from the estate of French-born American artist Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) as part of Dartmouth’s campus-wide Year of the Arts initiative during the 2012-13 academic year. The immense sculpture, 106.5 inches tall and 329 inches wide, is made of bronze, silver nitrate and polished patina, and stainless steel.

Dartmouth 3From rigorous studies to relaxing BBQ’s, this residents’ hall is the ideal spot for any Dartmouth student!

As you can see, we had a fantastic time. We hope to be back for another visit soon — we hope we’ll get to try the new soup too!