Written by Bwog Staff
It seems like everyone is on the lookout for something this week, including….
- Philo’s flag. As of the Philolexian Society’s last gathering, the group’s beloved banner has been MIA (pictured below). Philo president Michelle Pentecost gives us the details:
“The flag was last seen at our April 12 meeting in the Satow Room on the 5th floor of Lerner. We have checked with the lost and founds in both Lerner and Low and spoken to Lerner facilities, and now we turn to you. The flag is a large Columbia blue cloth with the Philo seal (containng the word Surgam and the date 1802 on it)… If anyone has seen the flag or has any information regarding this, PLEASE contact the Philo Board at [email protected].”
They’re promising it’s not any Jester-esque prank, either — so c’mon now CUSJ, for real this time. Cough it up.
- A CCSC Director of Technology. You too can be part of the CCSC magic, instilled with the power of technology. Outgoing chief Seth Flaxman gives us the following announcement:
“Want to get involved in CCSC? Enjoy making websites? The council has created a new position: the Director of Technology. The DOT will be an appointed CCSC member for the academic year 2007 – 2008. The DOT will be expected to attend the weekly CCSC meeting (every Sunday @ 8pm) and be responsible for all technology related CCSC work, including creating and updating the CCSC website. If you are interested in applying for the position, we ask that you e-mail the link to a website you have created to Michelle Diamond @ [email protected]. Please send the e-mail blurb to Michelle by Monday, May 7th. The board as a whole will vote on the website we like best and contact everyone by May 18th.”
(Because in reality, CCSC’s got nothing on ESC without a DOT. Besides, someone’s really got to get that thing out of 1999.)
- Random papers. It’s Eclectica Esoterica submission time again! Send your off-the-wall or otherwise fascinating academic epistles (any subject, any length) to [email protected] They’re looking for doodles too.