The Westwood Hotel
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... off easily with antibacterial wipes, but it was very weird.
4PM came along much faster than I’d expected, and soon Emma and I had to dash off to pack and get to Corpus. We’d decided ahead of time to call cabs to take our suitcases over because we were tight on time anyway. The Corpus faculty and admin dinner started at 6:30, and we only had from 5PM to get over there, move in to our rooms, and get cleaned up and dressed. I’ve ...
... adventure to break into the alien headquarters, which a one point involved sliding down a massive drain pipe on huge paper plates to avoid the oncoming bombs, and climbing scaffolding to get into the building. Just as they reached the alien headquarters and prepared to save the girl, my phone alarm went off to wake me up for shift. Now I'll never know if the humans triumphed over the aliens! Damn alarm.
I was taking a nap because ...
... rather than 9:00, because Oxford time is 5 minutes and 2 seconds behind Greenwich local time. Edmund says this is because Oxford is a different distance from the prime meridian. Emma says it is because before the railways were built every town had its own local time.
Larry gave us our "lie in day" this morning, but I couldn't sleep past 8:30 because someone from our staff was yelling at students in the staircase ...
... 50,000, minimum. I have decided to cross the picket line, and become a London Tube driver.
I had the morning shift today, and the morning after a night shift is always hard. Surprisingly, it wasn't too difficult to wake up at 6:30. I was ready by 7:15 so I went to the porters lodge to check about a girl who lost her laptop last night. The night porter said that when the head porter came on this morning he could ...
... the week, including expectations for behavior once the staff arrive.
After the meeting it was back to the offices for more work, but unfortunately we're a bit tied up on what we can do, at least at Pembroke. We're not allowed into the classrooms yet, so all of the classroom computers and printers are being stored in the office until Friday, when we can set them up. We don't have all of our board info, so we can't finalize our student and ...