Many students and faculty have noticed an increase in the amount of trash around the OES campus. Every day, on my trek down to the lower parking lot, I encounter granola bar wrappers, pencils, hair- ties, and plastic cups which are strewn about the campus. As a citizen of the OES community, I feel I must pick up trash when I see it, and you should too. But rather than shaming anyone, let’s investigate the root causes and consequences of littering.Read More »
OES has quite a few new additions to the community this year, many of whom are teachers. Charlie Grant joined the Religion & Philosophy Department where he is substituting in for Katie Seltzer while she is on maternity leave.
In the wake of recent events surrounding the fires burning in the Amazon rainforest, national outcry has prompted a climate strike which will take place on Friday the 20th of September. Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old environmental activist, has been one of the leading organizers of the strike.
by Amrita Jhooty, Sophia Elfrink, and Alexandra Scates
With only one week left before school ends, Alexandra, Sophie, and I made a list of fun activities to try this summer. So, if you find yourself at a loss for something to do, try a few of our suggestions.
With the end of the semester quickly approaching, you may be wondering when the right time to begin preparing for finals is. While there is no exact answer to this question, we suggest that you use Memorial Day weekend as a time to reorganize yourself and develop a general study plan. Below are several tips and tricks to get yourself organized.