Saturday, December 31, 2016


I'll leave you this year with a party.  Not the last day of the year, but the last day of the semester - The Good Friday Scholastic Colloquium. Originally started by a biologist in the '70s who currently holds the title of Esteemed Mixologist for U-Club, since his retirement the colloqium has been organized by an archaeologist, who also serves as mixologist at U-Club, although without the title.

It's a movable event, but usually is held in the combination Anthopology Department student lounge/seminar room/storeroom.

Refreshments provided by the attendees. The historian on the left related to me that one of the most memorable experiences of his education was building and using a pinhole camera in a junior high school science class.

This year it took place on a snowy night so the attendance might have been a little sparse.

Myself, the organizer, and one of my former employees closing out the event.

All with the Populist. .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24x36mm frame.

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