The Computer Science major at Harvard University has taken a stand for standing desks.
The university’s computer science major recently made a stand and made a donation to a local school district in a bid to raise funds for an elementary school that is facing financial problems.HSC student Zachary Chappell is the chair of the student committee for the computer science department at the school.
“The chair has been there for years,” said Chappel.
“I have to say, it’s kind of awesome.
It feels like a chair that was made to go with my desk and it’s always on the same spot.”
The chair was designed for students who can’t stand on their own and was created by Chappelle, who is also a member of the computer design team at Facebook.
The chair is meant to make students feel less cramped when they are sitting down.
It comes in three sizes, a standard computer chair, a standing desk chair and a chair for students with disabilities.
“It’s a little bit of a luxury, but it also gives you a sense of security,” said student Benoit Clements.
“I mean, I get up in the morning and I have to go get the chair, but then at the same time I have my laptop in my hand and I can do other things that I don’t have to worry about.
I can go home and get my coffee, I can play a game and I’m not really worried about anything else.”
The university student committee has created a fundraising page to raise money for the school district.
Students are encouraged to donate to the campaign and they have received more than $10,000 in donations.
“For me personally, it was just a way to get my mind off my parents,” said sophomore Sarah Chappella.
“When I look back, I wish I could just sit down and go on with my life, but that’s not the case.
I have two parents who work really hard and I think that it’s just a luxury that I can afford.”
The student committee is looking for more students to help make a donation for the district and to raise awareness of the issue.
Chappell said he has always been a computer geek, but when he was a freshman, he decided to become a computer scientist.
“If I could have a computer, I would have gone for it,” he said.
“But I had to make a choice, I have a lot of friends who are really good computer scientists.
So it’s really hard for me to justify going to school.”
Chappells mother said he’s been a little surprised at how much support he has received.
“He has gotten some really cool support from a lot people,” said the mother.
“He has been able to have a great support system, so I think it’s great.
I think people are really supportive of his choice.”
The school district is currently struggling with a $1.5 million deficit and is looking to make some changes.
Chapell said if he had a choice between spending his own money and giving money to the school, he would give his own.
“My mom is the one who is doing the work and she’s the one that’s really pushing me to do it,” said Clements, who said his mother would often tell him that he has a “better life” if he gave his money to help the school.
“It’s definitely an option for me that I’m going to take, I’m happy with that. I don