November 2nd, 2006
|05:55 pm - Something to look into|
I was doing guest records today, and I've been in charge of one particular group for over four years now: The University Interfaith Association.
It occurred to me today that I could be of better service to them if I read up on them and read through their information, so I looked up their information and started reading.
Turns out that they have guest speakers and meetings monthly.
I've emailed my contact over there and asked when the next one is, and if I can come by.
I should have done this a long time ago.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: curious
Current Music: "Pencil Thin Mustache", -JB
what does "Nechochwen" mean?
n. [Leni-Lennape (Delaware Indian)]: "He who walks (travels) alone". I found the term in the back of an old Order of the Arrow handbook and still use it to sign my emails with. Maybe it's a throwback to being a loner kid in High School, but one never can be too sure.
Nice! I believe my hot Czech TA from freshmen year might be in this. Not that I would know a thing like that, of course. ;)
I am a bit confused -- is this for students or faculty and clergy/outreach people? Do they do presentations for the general student body or as part of some sort of tolerance development program amongst themselves?
That could be really freaking sweet.
Keep me updated.