Letter From the EICS
BY EMILY XU '23 & ADI RAMAN '23
Though it may have been 70°F last week, we can still pretend this fall is absolutely normal and not the result of global climate change! We can’t help but reminisce on the years of youth when November meant frost, warm flannels, and hot cocoa. We wonder about the legacy of global warming: will the young’uns ever experience the delights of a chilly 30–40°F fall?
From the legacy of climate change to the legacy of Andrew Jackson, we explore the marks that people leave on history and how we contribute to the general perceptions of their likenesses. So open your nostrils wide and take a long whiff of that (warm) autumn breeze and overheat yourself with hot chocolate as you dive into the articles of this Fall Issue!
And if you’re ever looking to make your own mark on ABRHS, consider joining The Spectrum. We meet in 152W every Thursday from 3–4, and if you also want to partake in the legacy of The Spectrum’s age-old tradition of snacking on Trader Joe’s goodies, we implore you to come, listen, snack, and write.
Emily and Adi