SI Adresses the Dress Code
By Colin Feeney '15
Recently the student body, faculty, and staff completed a Deans-sponsored dress code survey spurring rumors that ranged from free dress to a full-fledged uniform.
Surprisingly, over 1000 students responded to the survey with an equal mix: 263 freshman, 274 sophomores, 300 juniors, and 262 seniors. To put the number of reports in context, voting for executive council had record-breaking votes of just
“Students should be allowed to wear blue jeans” Student Feedback over 600 students. Why the survey for dress code in the first place? According to the deans, the goal is to make rules more appealing to the SI community while simultaneously increasing the amount of people who actually follow the code instead of making up countless excuses as to why someone “has no other choice but to wear Lululemon leggings.” Additionally, the Deans say the major-ity of dress code violations come from women.
Anna Roy ’17 Contributing Editor
Nicole Conte ’17 Contributing Editor
After many weeks of seeing the posters around school and listening to the final speeches, you chose your future President and Vice President of Executive Council!
Read on to learn how President Eoin Lyons and Vice President Liam Bischoff plan to make your 2014-2015 school year the best one yet!