Disclaimer: The opinions expressed below belong to only John D’Adamo.
+ Suellyn Scranecchia, University vice president and doubling as general counsel since 2008, is resigning from the U to go to the Law School faculty. Good I say, making tons of money can be a pain sometimes.
+ Attorney General Eric Holder is scheduled to speak at Law School Senior Day. He will speak to the graduates on May 6 at the Hill Auditorium. The content has yet to fully be determined, but I believe it includes inspiring the graduates and possibility a little of how he got aboard the Barack Train.
+ The University has one of the largest amounts of mammal specimens, from an etruscan shrew to a humpback whale 27 feet long in diameter. There’s still no Bigfoot, so I’m not impressed.
+ Our very own vice chair Adam Watkins was pictured as part of a story about the parkour club, which emphasizes movement in a variety of ways, pushing yourself as far as you can go. Apparently, some people view this group as a bunch of “disruptive hooligans,” but they don’t matter anyway.
+ Yonah Lieberman has another great opinion article, this time about choosing electives wisely instead of just choosing the easy ‘A’ courses. Darn, and I had Introduction to Foods and Advanced Naptime all lined up, too.
+ There was an actual crime in Crime Notes today; a car got stolen. I must be typing this in a parallel universe.
+ Employers are asking for Facebook passwords all over the place, and the Daily and pretty much everyone on the planet agrees that that is bad on many levels.
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