Monday, June 27, 2005

Cunningham-Mancuso Lab

We learned a few things about people in the lab today.

One of our lab members has webbed-fingers (Abe) which should have served him well in the downpour tonight. One of us impressively speaks four languages (Vicki) while others apparently are still working on their first. One of us recently competed in a sailing contest - but cheated - from Annapolis to the Bahama's (Matt). One person loves clothes (Alec, of course).

A few people in the lab have seemingly led such boring lives up to now that their experiences here this summer will undoubtedly qualify as the most interesting things they've ever done.

I actually overheard a prolonged discussion about transitive verbs.

Priya and Kate got incredibly lost on their way to the library tonight during the rain storm and ended up dripping all the way through the library lobby.

Here's the schedule for tomorrow morning:

9:00 a.m. Lab meeting - Reid Classroom (the depressing dungeon)
10:00 a.m. Lecture - Disadvantages on the Topic - Steve Mancuso - Laws 301
11:20 a.m. Seminar - small group discussion of lecture topic with various faculty

Congrats on a great first day!



Phil said...

that library lecture was boring. So i got on AIM and counciler busted me. the librarian bored me to tears. especially since Sarah had already given such a moving rendition of "how to research" which was pretty helpful. anyway, other thoughts?

Anonymous said...

alls we need to know is lexis

Anonymous said...

yea. I still don't understand why you had to "crash" into me every 30 sec. I guess thats what you do when your bored in a library