In summer session
Summer semester on campus is less crowded than it is when everyone’s here for fall, winter and spring classes. Still, life goes on — things are happening. In Central Mall, a family walks through while on a campus tour. In the vicinity of the Science Center, a team from the chemical engineering department moves a dry-erase board for a future presentation. In the human physiology lab, students from the Berry Summer Thesis Institute work with associate professor Anne Crecelius to measure blood flow in the brain. Activity is still all around us; you just have to pause and look for it.