The Senior Project: a unique, dreaded and daunting challenge looms before all Andes students. In June of their junior year, Ms. Kathy Whittaker calls the rising seniors and their parents into her room: “What is your passion? Here is your chance to pursue it!
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On January 11th, a day of an unusually warm temperature (57 degrees) and with all snow now gone, it was too perfect not to take a short walk around and check the local trails. It was muddy in places, but this did not deter my friendly EDG (the emotionally disturbed grouse) of finding me and looking for a handout.
When Robyn determined that she wanted a coffee bar with a boutique she dug into the details. The top-of-the-line Astoria (from Italy) espresso machine, and a Bunn grinder and drip maker assure that every cup has a fresh grind.
There is a lot of overlap in the realms of the artist, architect, engineer, craftsman and designer. My objective as a designer is to create an experience that is both utilitarian and pleasant (functional and beautiful).
We are happy to report that the construction project at 242 Main Street is moving along nicely and we project that we’ll be able to start moving in and organizing our storage materials as early as mid-April. If you would like to volunteer, please let us know via phone or email and we will keep you informed of the date (most likely a Saturday in the latter half of April).
By the time he writes his seventh novel, McInerney has fulfilled his dream of becoming a presence on the New York literary scene, and, in Bright, Days, is still writing about it. But now that he lives it, the dream is not fulfilling