Volume 1 .... Number 17
NO CURFEW'S BETTER THAN LATE CURFEW
Some people at TMS agitate for a later
it will bring greater freedom. I believe a late curfew
would actually be restrictive to students.
I've noticed that a lot of people stay out almost until
curfew, no matter whether it's at 10, 11, or 12. Somehow
there's a sense of obligation to exercise your right to be
outside or at other houses for as long as it's there.
On nights when there's been no curfew, most people
haven't stayed out all night, despite plans to do so. With
no restrictions, people are freed to find their own needs.
Some agreements to cover behavior at night are still
necessary, for reasons of courtesy and safety. Quiet hours
starting at ten still need to be in effect. And, instead of
having curfew in houses, curfew could apply to an area
around the houses, including one or two meadows for those
who need solitude. After all, everything closes at ten in
Rindge anyway! --- Ada Joy
PEACE ACTIVISM FIELD TRIPS
by I.M. Cyding
The morning Peace Activism class is taking
a field trip
to the CROP walk in Jaffrey, The walk is a fundraiser for
CROP, a hunger relief organization. corinne has found
several people willing to sponser walkers.
Leaving at 12:45 this afternoon is a trip to Concord,
NH where approximately 23,500 cans of food (the same as the
number of United States nuclear warheads) will be stacked at
the capitol building, then, later, distributed to a local
The comics are made possible by a grant from Jon McGee
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