Andrew Maggio and Jessica Lewis enjoyed one of the first trips with the College Experience Walking Club on Monday afternoon with nearly perfect weather. Now that we can safely assume that all remnants of winter have been eliminated, it is time to embrace the outdoors once again in all its glory!

The Walking Club decided to journey to Washington Park from the College of Saint Rose campus to see what is left of the tulips after their vibrant bloom.

We posed by the famous Moses statue that was erected about 130 years ago in 1893 in memory of a prominent Albany businessman named Rufus Henry King. The statue was built thanks to a twenty-thousand-dollar bequest left in the will of his child, Henry King. Posing between Andrew and Jessica is their staff, Jesse Saperstein who serves as the Activities Coordinator for the alumni of the College Experience. Another photograph was captured in front of the beautiful lake near the building where the Park Playhouse holds its free performances every summer.