The Campus Theme brings the Bay Path community together to consider and discuss a common theme, issue, or question that impacts us all. This year, our theme is a question "What does boldness mean?" Through coursework, workshops, discussions, lectures, presentations, and through art, we will consider the question from various angles and enjoy and appreciate diverse perspectives on being bold. As a community of life-long learners, we can ask, “How do I define bold?”; “What is the boldest thing I have ever done?”; “Is boldness an important trait for learners and leaders?”
The 2012-2013 Campus Theme Essay Contest Winning Entries:
A collaborative effort between the Campus Theme (2012-2013 Campus Theme was "Lead with Compassion") and writing programs here at Bay Path, the annual Campus Theme Essay Contest encouraged Bay Path students write an essay that focused on leading with compassion.
First Place: Nadia Abdulmagid, My Mother, a Leader with Compassion, CLICK HERE to read
Second Place: Aleksandra Chernyak, The Big Jewish Grandmother, CLICK HERE to read
Third Place: Kayla Couture, Compassion At Its Finest, CLICK HERE to read
The 2011 - 2012 Campus Theme Essay Contest: Read the Winning Entries
A collaborative effort between the Campus Theme (2011-2012 Campus Theme was "Power of Choice") and writing programs here at Bay Path, the first annual Campus Theme Essay Contest encouraged Bay Path students to reflect on the power of choice, and its impact on women. Combining sound logic and strong writing technique, student writers shared their voices regarding how the power of choice, or the lack of choice, has influenced them and other women.
We honored two student writers:
First place: Stephanie Belsen '14
"Women and the Legal Profession: Why We Should Have Taken Over Already." CLICK HERE to read
Second place: Saquoia Cox '15
"Empowered Leaders Lighting the Path to the Future." - CLICK HERE to read