Photo Story: In Search of the Mt. Monadnock Summit

By Yasmin Gentry • October 29, 2012 at 11:00 am


On Saturday, October 27, forty-plus students and two faculty members made the hike up Mount Monadnock in Jaffery, New Hampshire. Math professor and Claflin Hall faculty resident Diane Meuser organizes fall and spring treks up one of the most frequently hiked mountains in the world. Although the heavy fog restricted some beautiful views, the fall trek went otherwise unhindered.

All photos by Yasmin Gentry.

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Feeling inspired? There’s another hike organized for the spring. In the meantime, get your facts straight about what to expect from Mt. Monadnock by clicking here.


Yasmin Gentry (COM, CAS '16) hails from Chicagoland and studies communications and philosophy at BU. Aside from her love of writing about nothing at all in particular for the Quad, Yasmin appreciates a good cup of Earl Grey, cheers on the Chicago Blackhawks, and loves running around the Charles.



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