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Anticipation deferred

New art rooms delayed
Tommy Caufield ’24

Students and faculty are anticipating the grand unveiling of state-of-the-art art rooms. However, expectations have been hit with a delay as the school administration announced that the opening, initially scheduled for the second semester of this year, is now pushed to the beginning of next year.

“I’m a little disappointed,” Kendall Morehead ’24 said. “As much as I love the ceramics room now, I was looking forward to having more free space to do work.”

Even though the setback may upset students looking forward to a new space to let their creative skills shine, metals and ceramics teacher Tom Szmrecsanyl says the setback will allow more time to transition into the new area properly.

“There are so many large pieces of equipment that would need to be moved that a transition to the new room in the middle of the year would be almost impossible,” Szmrecsanyl said.

Szmrecsanyl emphasizes that the setback will provide more time for students to get comfortable with the new environment rather than a dramatic switch mid-way through the year.

“It’s going to take a while to get used to the new rooms,” Szmrecsanyl said. “Starting at the beginning of next year will give us the summer to prepare and make appropriate adjustments for the incoming students.”

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Tommy Caufield ’24
Tommy Caufield ’24, Page Editor
First-year Tower staffer Tommy Caulfield ’24 has many titles. From captain of the Boys' Cross Country team to page designer for this upcoming year, Caulfield said he has high expectations for this year's Tower class. “I hope that since we have a smaller class, we can become closer and make some good designs too.” Outside of school he enjoys spending time with his dogs and sisters, exploring outdoors, running, traveling and grabbing a scoop at Wally’s. “I joined (The) Tower because I was envious of people being able to create such a cool (page design),” said Caulfield. With it being Caulfields last year he shared some thoughts on senior year. “I'm happy and a little sad that it's senior year, but it's gonna be a lot of fun,” said Caulfield.”

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