Hurricane Florence Hits

The first major hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic season has formed about 2,000 miles off the east coast. Hurricane Florence, classified as a Category 4 storm, has sustained winds of 140 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. This storm hit the east coast of the US, primarily affecting North Carolina, South Carolina, and Maryland. … Continue reading

What’s Cool About Geothermal Cooling?

What could possibly be worth tearing up the grounds of our beautiful campus? How about the new geothermal heating and cooling system that is being installed in addition to the newly renovated Seymour Hall? Sounds great, but what exactly does geothermal energy entail? Ground source heat pumps (GSHP) extract naturally occurring energy from the earth … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight: Julia King

What is art? To Julia King ’19, art is “something you create that you want to create”. Or, more specifically, she says that art is something one creates for the pleasure of creating it. Julia is a fifteen-year-old junior at Western Reserve Academy. She is a day student from Hudson who, aside from art, enjoys … Continue reading