New curriculum guides are reorganized, unified

By Vivien Mao A newly revised curriculum guide will be distributed for course selection this year. This new version will allow students to see the future courses they might want to take directly next to the courses they are taking now. The new guide is separated into four sections: Introduction, Academics, Arts and Athletics. Instead of […]

Students intern for politicians

By Shayna Freisleben Two summers ago, Rebecca Neubauer ’07 had the U.S. Capitol building as her playground. As a senatorial page, Neubauer would scurry through Washington D.C., encountering various senators when delivering messages, answering phones, or opening doors. Yet of all the senators she met, Neubauer particularly remembers one U.S. senator’s uncommon sincerity, promising herself […]

Web blocks get specific

By Jonathan Lerner SurfControl, the service that blocks students from visiting inappropriate websites, is undergoing changes to more accurately define the sites that it blocks. “We’re in the process of fixing [and] correcting the page that appears when a site is blocked,” Computer Services Director David Ruben said in an e-mail. “Our new Network Manager […]