Each week on Wednesday, members of the Wells campus community wear red to celebrate the College and gather for Tea Time, an afternoon break from classes and a great chance to get together with friends.
This is an informative panel about the commuter students on Wells campus. The panel will be an open discussion what it means to be a commuter and the daily experiences as a commuter. Discussion and questions are welcome to help students better understand what it is like to be a commuter student.
The Wells College Concert Choir presents its annual Spring Concert in Barler Auditorium on the Wells College campus. This event is free and open to the public. Under the direction of Dr. Carl Johengen, and accompanied at the piano by Prof. Russell Posegate, the choir will present a varied and...
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