March 23rd, 2015


March 23th, 2015

Master and Associate Master’s Report

·      Wine tasting part 2 for seniors and juniors (of age 21+) tomorrow night in the master’s house.

·      Mellon Forum on Wedensday.

·      We received a message about the dining hall floor from Master Hudak.

o   The situation with the floor was remedied!

o   The floor is made of concrete now, and a new floor will be installed over the summer.

o   Conversations with Master Near about remodeling the dining hall.

Dean’s Report

·      Dean Muller could not make it to the meeting, but make sure to read her e-mail!

·      House

Committee Reports

SAC (Saybrook Activities Committee)

·      Viva’s Night on Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. Bring Yale IDs! Bring friends!

·      If anyone has suggestions, contact Ihna and Magda.

·      (POPEYES interruption.)

Community Service

·      Soup kitchen visit would have to be on a Sunday, because it’s closed on Friday and Saturday.

·      Letters to thank servicemen.


·      Progress!

·      Ihna and Adam and Aadi and Magda are meeting with Ann Marie and Mary Beth regarding sustainability on Friday morning at 10 a.m.

o   Will talk to them after the meeting about the treadmill.


·      A-Hoops is playing now in semifinals.

·      B-Hoops tomorrow!

·      Spring sports are predicted to start next week? (Information will follow.)

o   Sports include soccer, volleyball, dodge ball, softball, golf, spike ball.

Sustainability Committee

·      Earth Hour is coming out on Saturday night; planning a chill night in the 12-pack.

·      8:30 to 9:30…will be food, hoping to invite musicians or poets.

o   A place to go after you unplug your electronics and lights.

·      Avery Thompson is Sustainability Star of the Week!

o   She was in Guatemala this spring break and worked with coffee bean farmers and did a lot of sustainable agricultural work. She is WWOOFING this summer in Alaska.

Dining Committee

·      Meeting with Jeff this week, will suggest challah bread.

·      Jordan enquires about the pasta bar.

Saybrook Historical Society Committee

·      Saybrook Courtyard had a huge elm tree until 1977.

·      The Killingworth Courtyard had an elm tree until 1985; brought down in a storm.


·      If you’re late to a meeting, it is at the sole discretion of the secretary to award membership points.


·      E-mail from Dean Muller was sent out this morning. Follow instructions!

·      Rising sophomores this week, rising juniors the week after, and rising seniors the week after that.


·      If you’re interested in running for a position as Saybrook representative or to be on the e-Board, there will be a meeting Wednesday evening.

·      If you have any questions, feel free to ask Magda, Chadd, or Michael Herbert.

New Business

·      Christina Zhang is moving forward with her art project for the Saybrook basement. E-mail her at chi DOT zhang AT gmail DOT com if you’re interested in getting involved or submitting artwork. (Aadi sent out an e-mail about this last week-end).

·      $220 in the rolling fund.