It is no secret that coronavirus cases have recently appeared in the Keystone State. And in light of the virus’s spread so close to home, the content in this issue might seem trivial. Why should you care about math sectioning? Why should you care about the upcoming course registration? And why should you care about the robotics team’s recent success?
The answer is quite simple: life goes on. Admittingly, the coronavirus continues to be a deadly virus that we should seek to avoid. And undoubtedly, we should take measures—constant hand washing, for example—to avoid contracting it. But, until the time comes that Haverford closes indefinitely, we all should remain engaged and immersed in this wonderful community.
The education system only affords us four years in the upper school. We are lucky to spend any time here at all. There exists no other secondary institution in the country quite like this place. And so, we must capitalize on and enjoy every moment we spend here.
In such a sensitive time, we here at The Index are still doing our part to maintain a well-informed student body.
In such a sensitive time, we here at The Index are still doing our part to maintain a well-informed student body. Within this issue, you will find myriad articles that extend to a wide range of topics. You needn’t read every article. You needn’t read more than one. But, by delving into this issue, you will enhance your sense of awareness.
At a time during which students question if they will be in school next week, your life should have some normalcy. That normalcy can be obtained by reading about the place that is a second home to you, the place that holds a special place in your heart: Haverford.