The incoming Class of 2018 fanned out into the surrounding neighborhoods of Rochester during the 26th annual Wilson Day on Thursday, Aug. 28. The main community-building activity during freshmen orientation, Wilson Day provides an opportunity for freshmen to bond with fellow classmates while exploring and serving their new home away from home.
Students head back to take a break after working on a section of the El Camino Trail, a multi-use trail that runs from Mill Street in High Falls all the way to the Senaca Park pedestrian bridge.
Josue Hernandez ’18 paints a wall in the Southwest Family YMCA, as a team of workers gets the site ready for the start of the school year. Students were placed at almost 100 agencies throughout the city of Rochester and performed a variety of tasks including washing chalkboards, painting houses, landscaping, and playing bingo in nursing homes.
Lucinda Liu ’18 pulls weeds in the 19th Ward community garden, sprucing up the area for the end of summer.
Freshmen Bingying Liu, Anmol Almast, O’Reggio Bennett, and Paul Newswanger spread mulch in Henry Lomb Park.
Sagar Patel carries mulch across a street while working on a section of the El Camino Trail.
Heading back to campus after a hard day’s work on the El Camino Trail.
Category: Student Life