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This morning as I was reading my morning email and settling into the Student Writing Center, I heard quite the squawking outside my office window:



The geese would call out to their friends as they flew by, but decided to stay put and disturb the class that is in the publication center next door where a class was going on:


I am not certain if there is a moral to this story or not, but generally we just have geese fly over campus. They, however, like the 5,000 or so thousand new students this semester decided to drop in and stay awhile.

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