November 15, 2001
As late November quickly approaches us, we have much to be thankful for. For most, we still have our health, wellness and the love of those close to us. The world and nation which we live and work in seem, for the most part, to strive for peace and justice. Also, the University that we are a part of is still a haven for intellectual exchange and human curiosity. In this tradition of thankfulness though, it is important to remember the progress that brought us to our place in time. The advancement of organization and of man in general has come from the contentious questioning and critique of its institutions. As a denizen of the world and Hopkins, it is our duty to reexamine and expound upon the flaws we realize even in our state of perpetual gratitude and respect.