A school distanced from technology faces its intrusion


Past the chicken coop and up a hill, in a spot on campus where the wooden buildings of the Mountain School can seem farther away than the mountains of western New Hampshire, there sometimes can be found a single bar, sometimes two, of cellphone reception, reports The New York Times. The spot, between the potato patch and a llama named Nigel, is something of an open secret at the school
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