Hesston College students in the First Year Experience Course dashed into Smith Center Thursday afternoon on campus on the last official day of summer. Butterflies fed on flowers, and other people walked leisurely on campus, enjoying the low humidity and moderate temps.


Hesston College students in the First Year Experience Course dashed into Smith Center Thursday afternoon on campus on the last official day of summer. Butterflies fed on flowers, and other people walked leisurely on campus, enjoying the low humidity and moderate temps.
The students quickly entered the building to attend the Hesston College Majors Expo. This is where students find out information on a variety of majors at the school or learn more about their chosen major, said Deb Roth, student success coordinator.
There were a variety of booths set up on two buildings. In Smith Center, one room had a sign resting on an artist’s easel outside the room stating “Fine Arts Division.” Other areas included religion and language arts.
Another building, Charles Hall, had science, nursing, math and aviation booths. Students seemed to be interested and engaged in the booths. Students Jonathon Steele and Taylor Fritz spoke with physics instructor Nelson Kilmer about solar panels. Steele expressed excitement, saying he couldn’t wait to start physics classes. Another area had a strength test, which students seemed to enjoy.