Students cooking in the Davis Center for International and Regional Studies. Opposite: Students in the course Campus Landscape Design surveying the Kathryn W. Davis Village and Seafox grounds.
the dining hall on weekends. Resident Advisors work with students to generate evening programs for the house and enable delegation of house chores and responsibilities.
COMMUNITY SPACES & SERVICES Whether it be the dining hall (known as Take-A-Break), the library, Turrets’ great hall, or Deering Common, there are a multitude of student spaces available for studying, hanging out, or taking a quick nap. With the recent addition of the Kathryn W. Davis Student Residence Village come a pool room, media center, and study space. Deering Common, the new student center, boasts a meditation room, music practice space, student lounge, and café. It is also home to health, wellness, and counseling resources. Gates Community Center hosts regular speakers, concerts, and theatrical performances. The Blum Gallery exhibits student, faculty, and outside artists’ work. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in Take-A-Break, Monday through Friday.
This is the College of the Atlantic Guidebook prospectus for 2014