Read about people’s favorite spaces on the UW-Green Bay campuses! This week Assistant Prof. Nolan Bennett (Democracy and Justice Studies) wrote about his favorite space, the Arboretum path between the Baird Parking Lot and Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, on the Green Bay Campus. Bennett says, “Perhaps just a hundred yards or so, this brief passage boasts a wide array of wildlife from wildflowers and tall trees to stalking turkeys, hawks, goldfinches and cedar waxwings…Ever since I was a college student my favorite pastime on any campus is walking, sightseeing even upon the same paths we take every day. I don’t know who I have to thank for this little route, but it remains today my favorite part of our beautiful campus.” Read his full article and many more on the CAHSS and Effect Blog.
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9 Jan, 2020