Construction brings inconvenience

Fourteen months and $10 million later, the school promises a renovated campus next school year. In the meantime, however, we are stuck with a disjointed library with significantly fewer books, longer walks between classes and athletic practices that require buses.  But it’s not that we don’t understand the value of the construction. An interdisciplinary study […]

Security upgrades cameras around upper school campus

By Daniel Kim The security cameras in the quad were upgraded to newer and more sensitive cameras during winter break and over the last couple of weeks. “These upgraded cameras are a little more sensitive and detailed at night,” Head of Security Jim Crawford said. “They give bigger pictures, clearer pictures. They’re mainly for nights […]

Fashion show to aid charity

By Lesley Whitaker The student-run “Fashion for Action” fashion show will feature 25 student models and donated designer clothes on April 11 in Taper gymnasium. Co-chairs Stephanie Deutsch ‘08 and Sabrine Bilger ‘08 organized the event with help from David Alagem ’08. Vera Wang, BCBG Max Azria, and Dolce and Gabbana are among a growing […]

Update Honor Code

By Will Baskin-Gerwitz I see a copy of it every day as I climb the steps to Munger — the wood is chipped and the green ink around the phrases that make up the Honor Code is fading and runs over the words. Anybody who sees the plaque probably thinks it’s been there since it […]

Big Sister is watching me, and I love her

By Nuriel Moghavem O, the luxuries of a police state! O, the greatness of a land where temporary safety comes before essential  liberty! O, the folly of those who oppose either! It is hard for me to believe that some students still stand against the cameras that watch over us like loving parents. Great institutions  […]

Tech staff equips Chalmers, patio with wireless Internet access

By Nuriel Moghavem and Luke Yun Chalmers and the patio outside it will have wireless internet capability by mid-January. “We are embarking on eventually making the whole campus wireless,” said Director of Computer Services Dave Ruben. Using Chalmers as a “test case,” the school hopes to cover the campus in a seamless wireless network that […]

School receives necessary permits to start 2 year modernization project

By Cody Schott The school received the necessary permits on Sept. 29 to begin building the new middle school. The permits for grading, shoring and the parking structure were originally expected in the middle of September, but only arrived the last week of the month, Vice President John Amato said. The $125 million project that […]