Thursday, October 26, 2006
How to replace a landmark
Until recently, Irvine Valley College had one iconic structure: its A-quad Clock Tower.
Naturally, owing to a failure to maintain the edifice, it became necessary (we're told) to tear it down.
It has been replaced. Behold the new Light Fixture:
The transition has been seemless. Already, one hears people say:
✴ "Meet me at the Light Fixture!"
✴ "Don't have a watch? Just monitor the shadow made by the Light Fixture!"
✴ "Let's do the photo shoot in front of our lovely Light Fixture!"
✴ "Glenn Roquemore's legacy? Why, that would be that stupid Light Fixture."
"It doesn't matter. They're all exactly the same. We've got, like, a hundred of 'em."
REMINDER: BOARD MEETING ON MONDAY!
SUPPORT THE CUSTODIANS.
WRITE AN EMAIL.
MAKE A COMMENT.
SEE IF YOU CAN FIND THE PRESIDENT AND THEN TALK TO HIM.
THIS WEEK'S IVC QUIZ:
In what year was our last all-college meeting?
Chunk's own question:
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