President Kiss’s Last Tree Trimming with International Students

With bittersweet determination, President Elizabeth Kiss announced her resignation from the college’s president after 12 years of serving this position. This year’s tree-trimming party, though accompanied by a similar crowd of people and the same ornaments, felt a bit more sentimental than before. A few months after last year’s party, President Kiss moved into a... Continue Reading →


Printmaking and Red Threads: Professor Beidler’s Creative Outlet for Global Compassion

Last Thursday in the early afternoon, one of Agnes Scott’s most loved Studio Art professor, Anne Beidler, spoke for the Academic Colloquia and Monthly Exchange lecture series on her work during her 2016-2017 sabbatical. Instead of spending this year of break in her teaching career somewhere else in the world as many others do, Professor... Continue Reading →

Great Scott Report

On the brisk morning of November 11th, Saturday, Agnes Scott community opens its door to more than 120 prospective students and their families from 9 different states for the annual Open House event: Great Scott 2017. Reaching the record highest number of participants from the widest geographical range, this year’s Great Scott was kicked off... Continue Reading →

Digital Portfolios and Their Mission

As the senior year of the first SUMMIT Class (Class of 2019) approaches, many campus members are discussing the agenda for the concluding chapter of the SUMMIT program - SUMMIT 400. With this 2-credit course, a Scottie’s SUMMIT journey at Agnes Scott will be officially consummated in a strong and memorable manner. In a nutshell,... Continue Reading →

Black Cat Week

Black Cat Week marks an important time for traditions on the Agnes Scott campus. It is arguable the most important time on campus for any Scottie student! For first year students, this marks the point in time where they reveal their class mascot to the other classes and officially welcomes them as members of the... Continue Reading →

SpARC, Another Celebration of Spring

As we cling onto the tail of the spring semester, a very special day called “SpARC” awaits you: classes canceled, everybody professionally dressed, and all headed to the Bullock Science Center. What is happening? SpARC, standing for Spring Annual Research Conference, is a campus-wide academic conference specifically designed for students to present their individual researches... Continue Reading →

Meet Xinyao Li ’17

Xinyao Li '17 Hometown: Tianjin, China Majors: Studio Art and Math Post ASC Plans: Pursue a Master's Degree in Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis.

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