By Mackenzie Miller – Horizon Editor-in-Chief
Aug. 21, 2017 was the first day of classes for Hesston College students and faculty. But it was also the day when the solar eclipse’s path of totality passed through several Midwestern states. Between the states of Nebraska and Kansas, it is estimated that anywhere from 200,000 to 500,000 people viewed this scientific wonder.
But what was the experience like for the students and faculty at Hesston College, as they took a break from classes on Aug. 21?
Click below for a slideshow of experiences: