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Re: I am not married
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But I've seen them down at The Mile High Club and we hung out and had some fun there. I was working there at the time (part time to make some extra money, since teaching doesn't pay all that much) so I was on the clock, but it was still fun. Can't say too much more about that though. You know, private club and secrecy rules and all. But he's a member, so he might be able to get you in as a guest if ever want to come down and see the place sometime.

You know, every time we get together in person I forget to ask you about this! I've considered visiting The Mile High Club on a Friday or Saturday for the Coach treatment, but if I can go as Dean Compton's guest so much the better.

To be honest though I'm much more interested in what you did there. I understand the club makes its employees sign a nondisclosure agreement, but just what sort of job was it, Christine? Were you a hostess?

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And Prudence, your picture looks great. I love it. I wish I could find a good one to use too, but I don't have any good ones. Just those horrible ones the staff took when I started.

Thank you, Christine! Ben made it for me himself; I mustn't take any credit. As for the photos you shared, well, admittedly they weren't the most flattering I've seen but that has nothing at all to do with you!

It might also amuse you to know that "Stoned Preacher" is also the name of a tune by the Diplomats of Solid Sound: a funk and soul band from Iowa City with a vintage sound. (You know that classic bachelor pad music are guilty pleasures of mine.)

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And I am having no luck finding those ones my students took on my computer. There were some nice ones in there, although most of them have me in a santa hat. I know I have them, but I have no idea where they went. I'll keep looking though. I know they have to be here somewhere.

Oh, a photo of you in a Santa hat would be almost delightful as seeing you enjoy a sweet burst of hot, sticky sufganiyot by my Hanukkah bush, but that's still months away. In the meantime, maybe this Wayne can help?

If he comes through for us I'll owe you a favor, Professor Rosa.

Posted on: 2016/8/17 18:11
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Re: Finding Pokemon On Campus
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Since the university's would-be Pokémon Masters are all posting in this thread let me remind you that playing Pokémon Go or any other game in one of my classes is a violation of Campus Code behavioral regulation 1.1.2.2 (Cell Phone Restrictions) as well as regulation 1.1.1.3 (Obedience).

You might think it's terribly clever or witty to take an augmented reality screenshot of a Pokémon on my unclothed body while I'm trying to teach, but if I see one more phone aimed at me in the classroom you'll learn that my disciplinary methods are super effective.

Posted on: 2016/8/15 17:56

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Re: Massage Service (Cheap)
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I highly recommend the full two hour session, and if you have a friend who's also interested in Henry's services you should consider asking him to massage the two of you at the same time.

Posted on: 2016/8/8 3:42
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Re: I am not married
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It's a shame Mandy wasn't able to come out with us to the Aphrodite Club last night, Christine, but I suppose it was a spur of the moment thing. I don't know what possessed me to even suggest it in the first place. I'm not usually this impulsive, I swear... but I've not had this much fun in years!

Hmm. You know, speaking of memorable faces you really should upload a proper avatar. A snapshot of you would be much nicer than the school emblem, don't you think? You could always drop by my office and allow one of my students to take your picture, or if you'd rather I could come by yours with one of our cameras and we could have a private photo session.

Alternatively, if any of your students are keeping up with this discussion, they could send photos taken of you in the classroom during those set-aside times you mentioned previously. In fact if one of your students turns out to be especially good with the camera I might even recommend taking a photojournalism course or even taking a minor.

After all, I used to work in music journalism myself; I'd have mentioned this last night when the DJ played that 12" of Jill Off Duty -- I covered their "Honeypot" tour -- but it was so loud we could barely hear each other.

Anyway, if one of your students drops by in person I'd be happy to discuss our program and hand out a brochure, since I'm taking Jessie's advice and moving the box back into my office first thing tomorrow morning.

Jessie's right -- treating prospective students so impersonally seemed to put them off, and as an adviser I should take a more ambassadorial approach. Still, I have got to straighten up my office and find a better place to keep the damn things! Oh, and Jessie, since this was your idea, why don't you come by tomorrow and help me rearrange?

Posted on: 2016/8/7 7:27
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Re: I am not married
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Hiding in my office? Jessie, I closed my door so that I could get some badly-needed paperwork of my own done. All week long I was interrupted by students and faculty who seemingly can't make a single decision without consulting me first.

While I'm flattered by this sudden confidence in me, the timing couldn't be any worse given that it started on Monday, after I agreed to this deal. For example, those School of Journalism brochures we ordered for prospective students like Carrie had been sitting in a cardboard box beside my couch for well over a year, yet only during this last week were people been coming to my office from all across campus and asking for one.

Where were all these future journalists hiding before, I ask you?

Time and time again I had to stop whatever I was doing, get up from behind my desk, bend over the couch and retrieve a brochure. It finally got to be such a nuisance I took the whole box up the front desk, and by then my back was killing me. I enjoy keeping fit -- just ask Mandy over at the Albert Phinney Gym -- but honestly, that was a workout I didn't need.

At least thanks to your classmate Henry my back-ache was remedied. I've never experienced a massage like that before! Admittedly I was startled to find him already hard at work on Christine, but just looking at her I could see that Mandy was right to recommend his services.

I don't mean to tease, Christine, but the look on your face was priceless and I wish I had a picture!

I was a little concerned that your hide-a-bed wouldn't support all of us, but evidently you were right that it can easily handle three people no matter how intense the massage technique.

Henry, rest assured you will get into my class even if I have to bend over backwards or get down on my knees to make it happen, given how many of those prospective students who came by my office claim they'll be signing up for it.

Posted on: 2016/8/6 6:50

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Re: I am not married
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Thank you, Carrie! Please drop by the journalism department and I or one of my colleagues be happy to discuss your future with you. Well, actually today might not be good as I've making other plans.

Henry, I don't know if you've got your Licensed Massage Practitioner certification yet, and at this point I don't care. Meet me in Ms. Leigh's office this afternoon and I'll give you the opportunity to hone your skill. Bring whatever it is you normally use, minus the portable table as we obviously won't be needing that.

I have no intention of loosening up my requirements for excellence, but I do intend on loosening up my muscles. The tension I've been experiencing this week is indescribable!

I hope I'm not presuming too much by making use of your hide-a-bed this way, Christine, but I invite you to join me in taking advantage of Henry and his training.

Posted on: 2016/8/4 5:18
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Re: I am not married
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What a day this was. Just ask Jessie, who seemed more attentive today than she's been in a year.

I don't know how you did it, Christine. Like you, I pulled my shirt open when I made the announcement, and it's a miracle the department didn't lose a Mac when one of the students immediately spilled his coffee.

Still, the realization that there was no turning back didn't hit me until my miniskirt hit the newsroom floor. On hindsight, I should have expected that the Photojournalism students would have cameras with them...

Regardless, I don't expect to endure this for very long. You may think I expect perfection, but it's quite the opposite! I fully expect that an undisciplined student reporter is going to submit the same kind of sloppy journalism that started this conversation in the first place, and nothing would make me happier.

In the meantime, yes, please do come visit me up here! It won't be hard to find my office, given that people have been clustering around my doorway all day. Just look for the small crowd.

Oh! As for you, Henry, even though I stapled a drop slip to your midterm exam in the Spring, I might forgive your spotty attendance if you do something for me in return. That is, presuming Ms. Leigh has no objection to us using her hide-a-bed?

Posted on: 2016/8/1 17:32
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Re: I am not married
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Christine, believe me, your demonstration was all I could think about once I got back to my own office, and that reminds me...

All right, Jessie, since the newsroom has been a veritable sauna during the entire Summer session anyway, let's try something new.

Starting tomorrow morning I will wear nothing more than my glasses and a pair of shoes until the holiday break or the next time the Sentinel is forced to run a retraction of any kind, whichever comes first.

Just one misquote or factual error, and I'll get dressed. Then we go back to our normal routine, with one exception: the student reporter who makes the mistake must then surrender his or her own clothing for the remainder of the school year.

That seems like a fair deal to me.

As you can imagine, Christine, this will be a brand new experience for me and for my students, and I may need your help to muddle through it.

I can assure you, if I drop by your office for advice the furthest thing from my mind will politics!

Posted on: 2016/7/31 18:46

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Re: I am not married
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Thanks again for having suggested we meet at the Lamplighter Pub, Ms. Leigh... sorry. Christine. It was a far more relaxing venue than either your office or mine would have been, despite the well-worn couch that takes up valuable space in my own cramped quarters here in the journalism department.

Strangely, I can't stop thinking about the prize that you used to motivated your class and the vote to which it was put. Maybe the political coverage in the stack of newspapers on my desk is to blame, given the constant references to voters who also face a powerful dilemma.

Both yesterday and this morning I've had to put these papers aside while I imagined what that semester must have been like for your students. In fact, I believe I'll have another lie down on the couch while I think about your unique teaching methods.




Posted on: 2016/7/29 3:54
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Re: I am not married
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Evidently Melanie does not feel it's necessary, so rather than arrange a meeting for the three of us in my office I'll take advantage of your open door policy, Ms. Leigh. Perhaps some time later this afternoon?

While I'm there I hope you'll share with me the teaching methods you employed to inspire your students. One of mine seems to be developing a poor attitude that I intend to correct!

Posted on: 2016/7/27 5:02
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Re: I am not married
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Now Melanie, if you made sure all your facts were correct then we wouldn't be having this conversation, would we? As someone who's attended several of my courses, you know full well that journalistic truth is a process that begins with the professional discipline of assembling and verifying facts.

Indeed, the firm, unyielding disciplines of multiple sources and verification are what separates us from rumormongers and libelists like that anonymous hacker to whom you're referring! I look forward to the day that you or one of your fellow students learns her true identity and reveals it on the front page of the Sentinel for all to see.


Posted on: 2016/7/26 10:09

Edited by Prof.Dillenberg on 2016/7/26 12:32:02
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Re: I am not married
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As the Sentinel's faculty adviser, I feel I owe you a personal apology, Ms. Leigh. I and the other professors of journalism hold our student reporters to a much higher standard than this!

When I saw "Muic" in the headline my expectations for today's edition of the Sentinel were, well, let's say greatly reduced. I should have known that would be only the beginning.

I invite you to drop by during my office hours so that I can discuss this with you further or, if you'd rather, we can schedule an appointment so that the student who wrote the story can be here as well. Given what you've disclosed about your personal life, I presume you have the free time.

As educators I think we both should take advantage of the opportunity to make this a true learning experience for the students and ourselves, don't you, Ms. Leigh?

Posted on: 2016/7/25 19:06
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