September 12, 2008
It’s Friday, 4:45pm, and the library is filled with naked running people.
It takes me a minute to figure out why there are running naked people in the library, but I soon do: they are all whispering “Come to the Duke! It’s tomorrow!”
And then I realize, this is the entire cross country team, advertising their biggest meet of the year. Naked.
We did our own share of clothes-free running at Kenyon, but we always did it in the middle of the night. So, as my husband just emailed me in response to my first panicked email re: NRP, these cornfield college kids have got balls.
But did I really need to see them?
Oh college, I am surely much older than your students now.
It’s now 4:52, and the naked people have left the building. But really, is it even any use to get back to this institutional repository content survey?
No, no indeed. HOME!
September 4, 2008
Rumors of dire consequences for registering to vote in a battleground state where you happen to attend school are much exaggerated. Just in case it comes up, I’m not suggesting anyone needs to make a public service announcement or anything. This kind of misinformation seems targeted at students who lean a certain way politically, but dispelling that misinformation shouldn’t be a partisan act if someone happens to ask one about it.