Today, Thursday December 13th, Carriage House RD Carson was fired by the administration. This has been determined to be because of comments made by Carson directed toward the administration during a Campus Life staff meeting taking place the previous day. This has so far caused extreme student upset, as it is not unlikely that these comments were made to bring attention to the usage of racial slurs among members of the faculty among other glaring problems.
After months of extensive research and digging, I've finally found some big leads as to whom Chartwell really is...
The following is an excerpt from the last known writing of J. Morton Fishwick III ‘18. Morton disappeared around midterms under mysterious circumstances.
Have you ever wondered what lies inside the back room of the Chartwell’s dining hall? Perhaps some cold night, you have passed under a clear sky, and, spying a light burning in some dirty window of the mess-hall, had the sudden thought that neither you nor your fellows have seen more than one or two of its many halls. And you have asked yourself – what might be found in the inner sanctum of that dark hall?
Have you ever wondered what “CAD” means? Did you know that it stands for “Chartwell’s Army of Darkness”?
Basically, Guest Writers is the raddest book club ever. You read, you discuss, then you meet the person who wrote what you’ve been analyzing. You and your class get a private Q & A with him or her and then attend a reading in Blodgett House where your book can be signed. Also, photos with the authors are also allowed if you ask them first.
Do not just wait until you are in the middle of the last week of classes to get proactive. Finals will be so much easier for you if push yourself early on. Taking time to put in the extra work now, before finals, will allow you to be calmer about the test itself. If you feel good about your grades going in, you may be more clear-headed, which is important when studying. Reducing stress is key.
The course list is understandably intimidating. How can someone, especially a student new to the school, identify the courses that are right for them? If they have a concentration in mind already or if they want to get requirements out of the way, then the choice is easy. Yet, if you’re trying to pick between, say, five courses that all sound interesting and insightful, and one of those courses is taught by Professor David Baum, the choice is, to my mind, obvious.