With a thick Bostonian accent, Forman narrated the stories behind each striking image—a woman standing on the ledge of a building crying, a fireman shimmying along the ledge to get to her and pull her into safety through the window.
Once a year, students flood the mini-quad, hall flags in hand, for a morning filled with cheering, root beer, donuts and plenty of Scottish-themed competitions, including the Caber Toss, Weight-Over-Bar and Stone Put.
Gordon College’s chapter of the American Chemical Society (GCACS) can add a new notch to their awards tally, having recently earned the mark of “outstanding.”
“People have very specific things they think when they hear the word ‘drone,’ given its use in the military and other applications,” Dr. Greg Keller says. “But this is a quadcopter…allows me to see things that I couldn’t see otherwise.”
An idea spearheaded by Tony Pitkin in the late 1980s, the program came to fruition in 1996, after nearly a decade in the making. Now, Pitkin’s vision has grown into a full-fledged, thriving program with nearly 500 total students.