I woke up in a cold sweat, jumped out of my covers and ran to the window. What I saw wasn't a grove of cherry trees or the steeple of Green Hall, but the snow-covered streets of Newcastle, England. At that moment I realized the nightmare was real. Despite all my efforts, the International & Off-Campus Programs office had left me virtually alone in England.
Cathy Day, assistant professor of English, and acclaimed author, ended her five-year teaching career at the College with a final reading from her first novel, "The Circus in Winter," at the Don Evans Black Box Theater last Thursday. She will relocate to the University of Pittsburg in the fall.
Walking past room 202 in the Brower Student Center last Thursday, you found yourself bombarded with a maze of volunteers wearing T-shirts often bearing Greek letters, heard cheering from teammates, the flash of cameras and the talk amongst each organization's panel, who all wished for them to bare the title of "College Feud Champions.