Thanks, Roberta. I was trying to keep it a secret, but Roberta was
there -- her husband received an honorary degree from St. Thomas and
gave the (excellent) commencement address (congratulations are at
least as much due to the illustrious Lee family . . . ).
I should say that the part of this that was really gratifying was
being nominated by Thom Parkhill and John McKendy, with whom I've
been team-teaching in our new alternative first-year program all
year. You can fool committees fairly easily, but it's much harder
to fool the people you're out at the chalkface with. I musta done
_something_ right . . . now if they'll only tell me what it was.
And thanks for all the congratulations messages, on & off line.
Speaking of which -- Phyllis, and anybody else: you can get a list of
all the subscribers to CASLL (with email addresses) by sending this
one line message to [log in to unmask]:
> Can somebody please remind me how I can send a message to Russ or
> anyone else on our list without all the rest of you getting it? I
> mean, I know we are all one happy family, but even families
> sometimes like a bit of privacy. Do I have to go hunt through my
> list to find a message he sent, or can I extract his address
> somehow without doing that? Phyllis Artiss
No gratuitous puns, please . . .
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