Sarah Rowell
Welcome back to campus MSOE Alumni! The Walter Schroeder Library is happy to have you here! 
Sarah Rowell
I am looking forward to seeing the faces of our alumni as they take in the archival displays, our new digital collection called A History of Radio at MSOE, and our Lego displays. 
Sarah Rowell
I can see out of the library windows that the tents of Bastille Days being raised. That means come Thursday and Friday we'll be surrounded by music, activity, and a variety of vendors. It is a dynamic background, but a bit noisy if you want absolute silence for studying. Please plan accordingly.
Sarah Rowell
Here's hoping our HVAC helpers are done with the new system after tomorrow. The summer temps are a comin'...
Sarah Rowell
I see all the new movies and books and I want to borrow them. The trick is to understand that there are only so many hours in a day and pace myself. 
Sarah Rowell
Does anyone know when the PGO silent auction ends? 
Lena Scheibengraber
While the campus may have gotten quiet, our office is still working away on awarding both new and returning students. Remember, if you haven't filed your FAFSA yet, you still have time!
Sarah Rowell
Tonight is the beginning of Jazz in the Park. 

For the uninitiated, you get to bring a chair, blanket, or just cop a squat while you listen to some great music and take in the spectacle. 

Bring your friends, bring a picnic, or bring some money and enjoy the food and beverage tents that surround the square. 

Truly the weekly concerts are very enjoyable and the price is right (free!). 
Sarah Rowell
It looks like good weather is forecasted for Friday's Senior Design Show. That's wonderful news for the groups presenting outside. Keep your fingers crossed that the weather professionals got it right. 
Sarah Rowell
Forecast calls for rain. I'm thinking of curling up with a good book or maybe watching a new release like Gravity. 
Christopher Kane
ghoti = fish?

If you were in my class last session, you may have been part of a discussion on how difficult English is to learn.  I gave those students in attendance a challenge:  how can "ghoti" sound just like the word "fish"?  Do you know the answer?
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