Editorial

Editorial

Space, Time and Rest

The success of this week’s Faculty Development Day points to one of our school’s more brilliant new initiatives: to give students more space, more time and more rest. The pace of life has always been a concern of this community, but our concern was not met with a viable solution until now. Many in the…

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A Note of Thanks

A Note of Thanks: To Dr. Cernota, whose tirless efforts in the first two weeks of school as our Scheduling Officer have perfectly demonstrated the tenacity of one of this school’s greatest administrators. Although swamped, Dr. Cernota never stopped working for the students who, consequently, admire him deeply.

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Risking Temptation

Note: Since the beginning of school this year the situation in the library has been extremely contentious. Only after carefully observing the status of the library, as well discussing the current situation with students, other board members, staff and administrators have we been able to come to the following conclusions. It is hard for students…

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Corrections

A caption for a photo of the Tour de France in last week’s Sports section misidentified a cyclist as Michael Rasmussen. A “New Faculty” box for J. A. Housiaux mis-stated his department. He teaches in the Religion and Philosophy Department, not Community Service. The Phillipian regrets the errors.

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Don’t Force Non Sibi

There are many good things we can say about Non Sibi Day. Administrators and faculty worked tirelessly to see the day come to fruition. Student-leaders provided strong management and brought an extraordinary amount of enthusiasm. The students themselves, most of who participated with little reluctance, created a real feeling of non sibi. The day turned…

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