The rains have begun, and midterm grading is lurking around the corner… but let the Faculty Club be your refuge from all storms!
Here are some ways that the Faculty Club can help you:
· Build camaraderie for your department, program or group by organizing an evening at the Faculty Club. We can arrange a system in which you hand drink tickets out to your participants; alternately, you can do this on the cheap, with a “no-host” system. The Faculty Club will always contribute by hosting the hors-d’oeuvres.
· If you want to have a reception after a lecture or event, but don’t want to go to the bother and cost of setting it up yourself, contact us. If it’s a Wednesday or Thursday during the term, we’re already set up–and depending on the anticipated size of your group we can simply add this on to our usual gathering.
This week Wendy Pierpont is hosting a gathering of faculty and staff from the Jacqua Center on Thursday. And on Wednesday, consider dropping in to the Faculty Club prior to the Art Museum’s session (in a room next door) on “Political Cartoons and the First Amendment.” Please come out and join us either evening, or both!
Yours, James Harper
Chair of the Faculty Club Board
PS: And next week, look out for a private tour of the Ralph Steadman exhibition on Wednesday, and our special Halloween celebration (with prizes!) on Thursday.