Amy Prescott’s (’18) experience with mosquitoes becomes a cherished memory
Amy Prescott’s favourite memory at Acadia was the time she spent doing research in the biology program. “Being the caretaker of approximately 1,000 baby mosquitoes was never a role I thought I’d find myself in, but a position I truly loved. I also had the opportunity to take part in the Bon Portage class trip, which was an experience that changed the way I viewed biology, field work, my role in the environment, and how I viewed me and my life goals as well. Bon Portage is a truly special and unique experience that I’m so glad Acadia is able to offer.”
This Acadia Reminiscence originally appeared in the fall 2018 edition of the Bulletin.