Fall 2007 Issue
Feature: The Greening of the Fieldston Campus
Certified wood, water-saving showers, energy-efficient lighting, and two green roofs are just a few of the environmentally friendly features in the new buildings at Fieldston. Read how and why ECF decided to build green.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE (in PDF format):
Exploring Climate Change
As a journalist at NPR, Jessica Goldstein ’88 reports on the changing climate. Here she writes about her latest travels and earliest adventures in science.
At the Nexus of Energy Technology and Policy
As an energy policy advisor, Jonathan E. Schrag ’88 helps public officials and private companies think through the implications of policy change.
Ethics Remembered, Considered, Reconsidered
ECF alumni weigh in on their experience with ethics classes.
Alumni Volunteer Network Plans for the Year
From Homecoming and a young alumni pizza party, to spring bowling and the June reunions, this year’s event calendar is packed.
Tending Our Roots
In the lives of schools, change can be unanticipated or carefully planned – or both. Interim head of school Beth P. Beckmann writes about the challenges of the coming year.
Dedication of Fieldston's New Buildings
Eighty years to the day that Felix Adler dedicated the new Fieldston campus, ECF held an exuberant dedication ceremony.