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Wednesday, March 31st, 2004

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I will be at work. Someone go to this and tell me about it.
The Multicultural Interns and the Office of Admission cordially invites you to a Panel Discussion on the History of Affirmative Action and its impact on our community. It promises to be a lively discussion and the panelists look forward to your comments, questions and concerns.

Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Wright Hall Auditorium
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Panelists: Fletcher Blanchard, Dean of Institutional Diversity; Professor Peter de Villiers, Psychology Department; Professor Albert Mosley, Philosophy Department; Audrey Smith, Dean of Enrollment and Joy St. John, Assistant Dean of Admission, Amherst College.
:) It seems fitting that after last night's vote it should rain today, washing away all the chalkings.
Wow, the filing i didn't do on Monday has actually been done. Perhaps Katy does work after all?
The Internet decided to break around 2pm and i pouted a lot, but it is back now. And i did get a few hundred more words banged out for lyricwheel, so that’s good. Especially since that’s what the vertically challenged folkloric personages were hired to enable me to do.

Am working on an op-ed about why a themed housing (we’re not gonna get into why that’s such a bad idea in general) option of a first-year-only house is a bad idea. Anyone wanna help me out with what the arguments for such a housing option are?

And what the frell am i gonna do my Sentimental Journey meditation on?

Registered for Tufts and printed out maps and schedule because i am conscientious like that. Lunch is no longer guaranteed, so as a preemptive measure, anyone know any nice cheap (vegetarian friendly) places to eat in the Tufts area?

"As you know, I'm okay with long-distance non-advising if you are, but please do let me know what you decide on."
<3s on my advisor :)

English Department Tea tomorrow at 4, Seelye 207. Y’all should come.

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