From your friends at the Valley News. Hope your Saturday and Sunday are better than Jennifer Hauck’s Friday.
Coming up in the Sunday Valley News: A feature story on the last regular season basketball games to ever be played in Chelsea High, which will be closed next year as part of an Act 46 merger with Tunbridge. On Thursday night, Chelsea boys and girls both beat Whitchester, which will also dissolve next year when those high school students are sent to South Royalton. (The teams still have a shot at the playoffs.)
Click any picture to learn more. <3
Admission to the 2 p.m. showing of A Raisin in the Sun at the Claremont Opera House is free, Valley News reports. Donations will be accepted on behalf of the Racial Healing Group of Claremont, which is organizing the event.
The Claremont Opera House is located at 58 Opera House Square.
Not a joke. The study will almost definitely look something like this*:
*This part is pretty much a joke, though . . . although not totally . . . but definitely mostly. See below.
Via the Upper Valley listserve (with some light editing, and emphasis added on what is definitely the coolest part, by me):
23. GET PAID TO BROWSE PINTEREST IN THE LAB!
From: Ken Leslie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2018 10:35:49 -0500
We are seeking paid participants for a Social Media Research Study on Online Consumption.
Participants must be Pinterest users in one of the following categories related to marital status:
- First time engaged females.
- First time engaged males.
- Females in a committed relationship, but who are not engaged, not married and have never been married.
- Females who are single, and not in a committed relationship or engaged and have never been married.
The study is being run at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.: day, evening, and weekend slots are available. The study will last one hour.
During this study, the participant must be willing to:
- complete some questionnaires,
- complete some online tasks on Pinterest,
- wear a sensor cap that records the participant’s brain waves,
- wear a small wristband to record physiological responses such as heart rate and skin conductance (sweat).
Participants will be compensated for their time.
Contact Kimberly.R.Clark@dartmouth.edu today to learn more and to book your one-hour time slot.
Dartmouth releases statement saying ‘peaceful protest’ will not jeopardize incoming students’ admission
Dartmouth supports active citizenship and applauds students’ expression of their beliefs. pic.twitter.com/TlcKcQIxQ1
— Dartmouth (@dartmouth) February 23, 2018
The statement, released on Twitter, says:
“Dartmouth supports active citizenship and applauds students’ expression of their beliefs. Participation in peaceful protest in no way jeopardizes your admission to Dartmouth, even if you are disciplined or suspended. Speak your truth.”