The Norton Family Center for the Common Good hosted an open house on Thursday, March 21, to welcome the school community to its new location on campus, in the Nee Room on the first floor of Founders Hall. While enjoying refreshments, students, faculty, and staff took part in an interactive anti-hate art project, suggested activities aimed at promoting the common good, proposed titles for a Best Shelf for the Common Good in the center's library, and learned about the Norton Center happenings this term.
The center relocated from its previous home in the Katharine Brush Library.
Some key activities include:
- Water Warriors — student-led swim lessons in Hedges Pool for young learners in the local community
- Norton Fellowship applications and announcement
- PHI Film Forum: Most Likely To Succeed
- Earth Week Dialogue in the Common Good
- Ramadan Dinner
- Special Olympics Time Trials hosted at Loomis Chaffee