For the last couple of months, Goodwin employees have been taking part in Race to the Top, a challenge to climb the equivalent of Mt. Everest by using the stairs instead of the elevator. Collectively, employees have figuratively scaled the world's highest peak many times over, and three people (Jerry Emlet, Alan Sturtz, and Jon Slifka) have completed the climb in their own right. Now, it's the students' turn! We invite all Goodwin students to take part in Race to the Top, and we will have prizes for the first three students to complete the climb. It's simple: On this webpage, log your name and the number of floors you climb at Goodwin during the day. Return to the page once a day to log your floors. The page tallies your progress (please be honest about how many floors you climb) as you build towards conquering Mt. Everest. No warm clothing or sherpas necessary. Good luck, and happy ascent!