Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Commodore Awaits The Centennial Class

Reunion Weekend begins in less than 24 hours!

Here are a couple of updates about our activities.

First, it appears, for the most part, the rain will be moving through Nashville overnight tonight (Thursday) and during the morning on Friday. So hopefully you won't need that umbrella. But bring it anyway because, as you'll recall from being in school here, you can never tell about Nashville weather.

Also remember, you can't use umbrellas in the football stadium. Hopefully, it will be sunny for the game as we beat the Duke Blue Devils Saturday afternoon to become bowl-eligible and record our first non-losing season since 1982.

As for the educational sessions Friday afternoon, a couple of location moves. Because of the popularity of the "Uncoventional Thinking about the 2008 Presidential Campaign" class with Political Science professor, Dr. John Greer, it has now been moved to the larger Board of Trust Room at the Student Life Center. It begins at 2:00 PM.

That's the same location as our "History of Motown" session at 4:00 PM. So just come early and get a seat. It's going to be crowded.

Or maybe you want move cross-campus to hear the Chancellor's speech which is now set for Alumni Lawn. It also begins at 3:00 PM.

So many choices, so little time. :)

See you in just a few hours!

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