As I started my walk my definition of center and border changed. I began planning out my journey by choosing the Thomas cloisters as a geographic center and the areas near the roads surrounding Bryn Mawr as its borders. However, as I walked another interpretation of center popped into my head. Biologically, organisms clump themselves around where there are the most resources. Typically, there is the most life where there is the most water because most organisms need that to survive. Humans have partially removed themselves from this practice. Because we have tools that bring our necessities to us, we look to go to places that satisfy our social or academic needs. So, as an academic institution, the people of Bryn Mawr center themselves around the buildings where they have classes. The whole campus is set up with academics at the center. This is where the most activity happens on week days. Then, on the weekends, the center shifts to the dorms as students seek to fulfill their social needs. As the human mind is complex, an idea like center is more complex than mathematical proportions.