Cadets from the Elsie Sannes-Pinnell Art Appreciation Forum pose in the hall of Ancient Greek Architecture.
The Athena Monologues performers
Dr. Betsy Chunko explains to cadets (and a few tourists who hopped onto her tour) the funerary and heraldry scenes painted onto a geometric Grecian terracotta krater dated 750-735 BC.
LTC Dave McConnell displays a baby cup from the Department to commemorate the most recent arrival to the McConnell family.
A member of the USMA Band and a professional photographer discusses aperture settings and how to capture amazing images in low light.
MAJ Nick Utzig presents to a group of thirty cadets, faculty, and staff at the DEP Works-in-Progress Colloquium on 20 February.
Cadets with Dulé Hill, actor in Broadway’s new show celebrating of Harlem’s legendary nightlife, “After Midnight”
Cadets in the African American Arts Forum posing with the Reverend Jesse Jackson, whom they met by chance during lunch in Harlem at Sylvia’s, a landmark soul food restaurant.