Apologies if you have been sending in all sorts of pictures and memories via e-mail. Alas, because I am not as geeky as I should be, I have not gotten my e-mail up and running (nor do I have my lovely wife’s WiFi network operational yet, but that isn’t your problem). Fortunately, there is always good Williams-related stuff out there. For example, in today’s Daily Adviser, we see that:

JUNIOR ENGLISH MAJORS interested in Honors for next year, please join Katie Kent and other members of the dept, on Tuesday, March 11 in the Stetson Faculty Lounge at 7pm for a discussion about the honors thesis in English. Sophomores who are considering honors in English are also welcome to attend.

Perhaps someone at the meeting can clarify for me the pronounciation of “symetry” in “The Tiger.”

Also, if you’re wondering where the undergraduates who will be shepperding us around this June come from, the DA has the answer:

SHORT-TERM EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ALUMNI RELATIONS REUNION RANGERS WANTED: Are you a People Person? Would you enjoy helping alumni and their families have a great weekend here on campus? Are you interested in free housing from the end of school until June 16; good pay; great company; a chance to see your friends graduate and enjoy life here at one of the most beautiful times of year without the pressures of classes?

APPLICATIONS FOR REUNION RANGERS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE ALUMNI RELATIONS OFFICE, MEARS HOUSE BEGINNING ON MONDAY,

MARCH 10. Are you interested in making some money before summer really sets in? Consider becoming a Reunion Ranger. Reunion Rangers are energetic, patient, cheerful and willing to help alumni families have a great visit at Williams in short Rangers are Williams╣ Ambassadors. If this description fits you, pick-up an application today at the Alumni Relations Office, Mears House, (75 Park Street, across from Williams and Sage). Days of work will be from June 10 June 15. Pay will be $7.50 per hour and you will receive housing until noon on Monday, June 16. Application deadline is April 14th. Any questions? Contact Sandra Brookner by email at sbrookner@williams.edu.

The terminology of “Ranger” is interesting. Surely there is a joke to be made here somewhere.

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