113th annual hoop rolling contest gets underway at wellesley college on saturday, apr. 26, 2008. the winner is traditionally thrown into the lake. contestants take their place during a hoop rolling match on in xining of qinghai province, china.
4/28/07 - wellesley, ma. the start of the 112th annual hoop rolling competition at wellesley college saturday. saved in photo sun. staff photo by david goldman. get premium, high resolution news photos at .
Annual hoop rolling race at wellesley college. wellesley, ma - april 29: senior allison kramer wins the during the annual hoop rolling event at wellesley college. the annual event pits seniors against one another in a hoop rolling race, after which the winner is thrown into lake waban, also the winner is traditionally said to be the first to .
many of the gowned wellesley college seniors who took to rain-slickened tupelo lane with their wooden hoops for the annual hoop rolling race couldn’t get out of their own or each other’s way. it was a slightly less chaotic and dangerous scene than the running of the bulls. but paige hauke maneuvered relatively gracefully from her front-of-the-pack starting position to the finish line of the 1/8 .
many of the gowned wellesley college seniors who took to rain-slickened tupelo lane with their wooden hoops for the annual hoop rolling race couldn’t get out of their own or each other’s way. it was a slightly less chaotic and dangerous scene than the running of the paige hauke maneuvered relatively gracefully from her front-of-the-pack starting position to the finish line of the .
hoop rolling began as part of a may day celebration at wellesley college in 1895. wellesley college seniors roll their hoops across campus during the the 117th annual hoop rolling .
in keeping with tradition, hoop-rolling winners are promptly carried to the edge of lake waban and tossed into the chilly water. the daughter of mary ellen cochran, a native of quincy, mass., and jay gramolini, a native of maynard, mass., gramolini feels the hoop-rolling win caps an outstanding college experience at wellesley.
nearly 200 wellesley college seniors, many dressed in academic gowns, made this morning's 1/8 mile dash, rolling old-fashioned wooden hoops in a race to the finish line. wellesley college has been a leader in liberal arts and the education of women for more than 130 years.
wellesley college’s annual hoop-rolling race in 2014—the first year a trans man won. by arthur pollock/boston herald. smith college, northampton, massachusetts.
From the collection: collection consists of records of student events, dating from 1904-1968. includes records of carousel (also called winter carnival), float night, forensic burning, freshman week, honors day, may day, hoop rolling, proms (freshman, sophomore, junior, and .
Graduate hoop rolling; iconic wellesley lamp post; this is a paid event at a cost of $50 per registrant inclusive of paint kits and instruction. april 14 - supper club join us for another virtual supper club where the theme will be .
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I love wellesley traditions. this morning, members of the golden class of 2015 joined generations of wellesley women before them by rolling their hoops down tupelo lane for the chance to win some serious bragging rights. the winner is said to be the first in her class to be successful—however she defines success.
In ancient rome, hoop rolling was a manly activity. the romans had hoops as tall as a person and they jumped through them as they rolled them. ovid lists as suitable activities for “tough young men” javelins, horsemanship and hoop rolling. hoop rolling has been a wellesley tradition since 1895.
the wellesley college hoop rolling contest is an annual spring tradition that dates back to 1895, and is only open to graduating seniors on that college’s may day celebration. resources and further reading: dalby, andrew; empire of pleasures: luxury and indulgence in the roman world.
wellesley, mass. - hundreds of college seniors wearing graduation gowns stood in a line saturday morning, then bent over and stuck one arm inside a large hoop - some wooden hoops, some plastic hoops conscripted for the purpose. ready. set. go! a junior shouted, and each senior began twirling an arm to set their hoop rolling.
wellesley college has held a hoop rolling race in spring before graduation since 1895. it was traditionally held on may day and the winner was said to .
according to the modern tradition at wellesley, the victor of the hoop-rolling competition is said to be the graduate who will be first in the class to achieve success after college.
wellesley - alex poon carried on a family tradition saturday with his victory in wellesley college's hoop-rolling senior, from mclean, virginia, also made a little history of his own, becoming the first transgender student to win the event, which dates to 1895 at the women's college. it's really great that the college accepts students who are transgender, said poon, 22, who .
wellesley - alex poon carried on a family tradition saturday with his victory in wellesley college’s hoop-rolling senior, from mclean, virginia, also made a little history of his own, becoming the first transgender student to win the .
second generation champion follows in his mother’s footstepsby lauren tonti ’14features editoron may 3, alex poon ’14 rolled his way into the history books as the winner of wellesley’s 1 alex poon ’14 wins 119th hoop rolling competition | the wellesley news.
there's a lot of history and tradition here at wellesley. the campus looks frozen in time, with brick buildings and towers wrapped in ivy. hoop rolling at wellesley dates back to the late 1800s.
today, the hoop rolling contest is an annual spring tradition at wellesley college, bryn mawr college, and wheaton college. dating back to 1895 it is only open to graduating seniors. game, sport, or entertainment, hoop rolling has been a favorite outdoor activity for centuries and it is not forgotten to this day.
a bronze hoop was one of the toys of the infant dionysus, and hoop driving is an attribute of ganymede, often depicted on greek vase paintings from the 5th century bce. wellesley college has been conducting hoop rolling competition for more than a century. with regards – s. sampathkumar 17th oct 2o14.
on hoop-rolling day, alex — wearing a cap backward on his buzz-cut hair — broke through the finish-line streamer. president h. kim bottomly took a selfie with him, each with a wide smile.
On saturday, april 14, seniors and loyal friends woke up early to carry out a long-standing wellesley tradition. emmy hamilton ’18 dashed ahead of her classmates to win by a long shot and was tossed in lake waban. post a comment view full policy.
One of the most popular was the hoop rolling race. hoop-rolling has become a wellesley institution in itself and is now held independently in late april. traditional schedule of events: little sisters (underclasswomen) camp out the night before the event to hold a spot for their big sisters (upperclasswomen) on tupelo lane. hoops are passed .
Plenty of colleges have fun traditions, but i’m especially partial to wellesley’s. in no particular order, here are some official wellesley traditions (and a few unofficial ones as well!):-hoop rolling. this is the classic! seniors race to see who can roll large wooden hoops down a path the fastest.
Scope and contents from the collection: collection consists of records of student events, dating from 1904-1968. includes records of carousel (also called winter carnival), float night, forensic burning, freshman week, honors day, may day, hoop rolling, proms (freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior), tradition night, and tree day.
hoop-rolling (wellesley college) the game of hoop-rolling (where kids roll a hoop with a stick) dates back to ancient greece, but for a fraction of .
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