Ten percent. Ten. Think about it. No, that’s not your most recent grade on a physics test, nor is it the percentage of bingo players who are less than 35 years old (30 percent!). Sadly, that’s Congress’ current approval rating according to a new Quinnipiac poll. Yeah, it’s that bad.
In the past three weeks, the Student Faculty Administration (SFA) has been hard at work crafting and debating bills. The faculty-student government group also passed a bill, the second of the legislative year, pertaining to field trips and absences.
It was pouring when English teacher Janice Miller’s Honors American Studies class arrived at Walden Pond for a field trip. Despite the weather, the spirit of the pond that had entranced Henry David Thoreau centuries earlier was as fierce and alive as ever, according to junior Sophie Sokolov.
by Jared Perlo
Members of the Student Faculty Administration kicked off their legislative year Wednesday, Oct. 24, gearing up for a long year of debates and proposals.
The SFA discusses issues pertaining to the student body, and is comprised of students, faculty members and parents at this school.