A diamond to the senior on the field hockey team who said, “It was a long, hard push to get where we are today.” For you and for your mom.
Diamonds and Coal
Coal to Dorsey James, who said, “I think there’s a different way to skin the cat.” To be honest, that isn’t something we think about all too often.
A diamond to Joseph Dowling for telling faculty members, “We are not following anyone. We are leaders forging our own path.” How very Brown of you.
A diamond to Sean Kelly ’84, who said, “Personally, I hope I end up in heaven, rather than that other place, which is Dartmouth.”
Coal to Dean of the Faculty Kevin McLaughlin for saying, “We were trying to dispel the public perception that a sabbatical is sort of like a vacation.”
Coal to the student director of “Almost, Maine,” who said the new PW show “may or may not contain a strip scene.” Don’t be such a tease.
A diamond to the junior who said he had been looking forward to going to now-closing Spats after he turned 21.
A diamond to the new contemplative studies concentration. We wish our finals consisted of just breathing.
Cubic zirconia to the senior who said, “The sun still shines tomorrow if you don’t go to class today.” Betcha bottom dollar that girl’s starring in “Annie.”
A diamond to “Freeway” Rick Ross, who said of the value of libraries, “Nobody told me there was books in there that could help you get money.”