Dean Siegel’s Inbox was Hot, Flat & Crowded

paperless-home-office-4Wow.  The essays have all been submitted and Dean Siegel tells me he received over 300. Good Work, 2013!  That is 2.5 times the average number he has received over the past 3 years.  Does that mean that the Class of 2013 is 2.5 times better?  You make the call.

Dean Siegel says,

The general quality is excellent and creativity is the norm: I have a poster, a poem, and much good humor. .

In case you were wondering what everyone else wrote about, Dean Siegel says it breaks down into three main themes:
1) I wasn’t excited by the title, but after 412 pages, my mind has been opened
2) It isn’t all about recycling and tree hugging, but there are many issues that are interconnected
3) I don’t know whether to be optimistic about the opportunity or pessimistic about what happens if we fail

And for those of you who thought it was unfair that you were asked to read AND write before you even moved into school,  just remember that now Dean Siegel has to read 300 essays in a little over a week!


One Response

  1. […] Dean Siegel also invited members of the class of 2013 to submit their reactions to the book, and according to the blog, he received more than 300 essays! […]

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