2 THE HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBUARY 6, 2009 The Herald Established 1879 By and for the Students o f Hobart and William Smith Colleges Shena Vagliano, Editor-in-Chief Belinda Littlefield, Managing Editor Francesca Antonucci, Campus Happenings Editor Tim Hollinger, Opinions Editor Karissa Seeberger, A&E Editor Carrie Stevens, Sports Editor Amy Nimon, Photography Editor Contributors Belinda Littlefield Ethan Guralnick Karissa Seeberger Caley Goldblatt John Howland Nick Petros James Landi Carrie Stevens Jennifer Hollander Pablo Modesto Tim Hollinger Jeff Amico Amy Nimon Andrew Fosbrook Lauren Wells Jennifer Crupnick Bevin O’Conner Katie Taylor Distribution Layout Annica Crouse Belinda Littlefield Karissa Seeberger Shena Vagliano Francesca Antonucci Submission Guidelines The Herald is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming issue. The deadline for this issue is Monday at 5 pm. Must include the: 1. Name and Class Year 2. Individual phone number or e-mail E-mail submissions must be made via file attachment. If criteria are not met The Herald may not be able to print the submission. KIMBER continued from Page 1 Death is nothing at all, I have only slipped away into the next room. I am I, and you are you; whatever we were to each other, that, we still are. Call me by my old familiar name, speak to me in the easy way which you always used, put no difference in your tone, wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we shared together. Let my name ever be the household word that it always was. Let it be spoken without effect, ^without the trace of a shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same as it ever was. There is unbroken continuity. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am waiting for you, for an interval, somewhere very near, just around the corner. All is well. President Mark Gearan, in his welcoming address, read Kim’s own words aloud; by Kim’s own statement, he felt that “In the game of life, I’m no sideliner.” This approach to life can be seen throughout his sports career, the fact that he had so many friends, as well as in the faces of the people congregated in Trinity Church on Wednesday night to celebrate the life, and mourn the passing, of Warren “Kim” Spering Kimber IV. SAGA continued from Page 1 A surprisingly high calorie dish was the penne with four cheeses. Though probably delicious, it was 690 calories and 52 grams of fat for one 2x4 inch cut. Breakfast is sneaky as well. Those make your own waffles are fun to make, and add syrup or fruit to each one it’s 800 calories, so you might want to think twice when it comes to your hangover food. If you want to see nutrition information for all your saga favorites you can go to http://campus. hvvs.edu/adm/dining/locations.html and click the “On the Menu” option. So next time you’re standing in line, ask yourself if the mysterious intake of calories is for you. If not, perhaps a trip to the island is a safer bet, or maybe I’ll just see you at the cereal bar! The Green Zone By James Landi’08 Herald Contributor RecycleMania First Week Results The results from the first week of RecycleMania are in, and the report proves that the Colleges are going to be fighting an uphill battle. Hobart and William Smith’s current standing is 117\’ out of 157 ranked Colleges and Universities (over 500 schools participate, but many do not officially compete). Our reported recycling percentage- recyclables / (recyclables+trash) from the first trial week of RecycleMania is 17.93%. Last year, the Colleges recorded a record recycling rate of 22.03% during the RecycleMania Competition and finished 50th overall. This year the University in 50lh place after the first week, University of Colorado at Boulder, has recycled 33.48% of its waste stream (the EPA reports that 80% of American’s waste could be recycled). The first week of RecycleMania results indicate two substantial changes from last year’s Competition. First, the results show a decline in the percentage of the HWS waste stream that is recycled. Second, the results identify, through a comparison of 2008’s 50th place finish to 2009’s 50th place position (11.45% higher in 2009) a much more competitive field due to an overall increase in the recycling rates of Colleges and Universities. No reason to fret!! The Colleges’ finish in the first week of RecycleMania isn’t ideal, but the submitted results only count toward a trial week. This means that our ‘lower ‘ recycling rate from the first week will be omitted in the cumulative recycling rate calculation. 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