Chairman Harper: Faculty Club is a beacon of light in the darkness

Dear Colleagues,

Daylight Saving Time is upon us, and as the afternoons get darker the Faculty Club remains a beacon of light and cheer.

On Wednesday this week we are reserving the corner table for the Biology Faculty.  Bruce Bowerman (Chair) will be giving the Six-o-Clock toast.  Rumor has it that the bartenders are putting Thomas Dolby on the playlist and getting out the petri dishes to experiment with creating a bio-themed signature cocktail.

Thursday evening President Michael Schill has had to cancel (he’ll join us instead in a few weeks), so there’s an opening for a presidential impersonator to deliver the Six-o-Clock toast.  Auditions will be conducted in the cloakroom at 5:55.

Hope to see you, and any guests you’d like to bring, one or both nights!

Yours, James Harper
Chair of the Faculty Club Board

In other faculty news, Professor Malcolm Wilson (Classics) won election to the Upper Willamette Soil and Water Conservation Board:

I’m no soil scientist, but I believe they call that a landslide.

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7 Responses to Chairman Harper: Faculty Club is a beacon of light in the darkness

  1. Anonymous says:

    I recommend Dr. Michael Schill, Law professor, to be the presidential impersonator.

  2. Peter Keyes says:

    Can we expect that Malcolm’s vote total will count towards his performance metrics?

  3. Dog says:

    As long as the performance is in one of the preferred and pre-chosen categories, then it should be good.

  4. Doggo says:

    What’s going on with the random disappearance of Tobin Klinger from Communications pages. Just curious…

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