It is the time of year when students apply to be proctors. Proctors are leaders on the hall who enforce rules, motivate their hallmates, act as role models, and much more. This Saturday was an opportunity for each proctor candidate to showcase her strengths and personality. There were activities such as the “hot cocoa bridge,” where the candidates had to use teamwork and leadership to guide everyone across the untouchable floor, and the “juggling circle,” where the candidates had to work out a strategy so that the objects thrown do not get jumbled up. They saw the less visible roles of proctoring and left with a smile!
Submitted by Annie Leung ’12