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Open House Update, Fall – and Football

First things first – Georgia beat Ole Miss 14 – 9.  The quarterback situation is still a bit iffy, but the season is now 5 – 0.  GO DAWGS.

This past Saturday was the LSAT administration.  VLS is an LSAT site, we had about 70 “cheerful” souls on campus bright and early in the morning.  It went very well, as always.  VLS is ranked the 5th best LSAT test site in the country (over 360 sites) by Kaplan Test Prep participants.

Saturday afternoon, hubby, dog and I went for a drive through the mountains to “leaf peep”.  We had planned to go last weekend, but it rained, again.  The views were magnificent.  According to the experts, we haven’t peaked yet, but I can’t imagine much more color than we have right now.  On the way home we stopped in a country store for creamees – that’s soft-serve ice cream to everyone else.  We had maple, dog had vanilla – very tasty!

Now for the real news:  Saturday, Oct. 14th is a huge day on campus.  We have the Admissions Open House (see the Admissions page on the web for the schedule and details).  At the same time, the new Environmental Law Center is being dedicated.  We are very excited to report that the guest speaker for both events is Senator Patrick Leahy.  We are coordinating the day so that everyone on campus will be included when he makes his speech.  The topic has not been announced, but it will have something to do with global terrorism.
Vermont politics are in full swing.  The senate campaign is extremely “political” between Congressman Bernie Sanders and area businessman Richard Tarrant.  Vermont Law School is hosting a debate on Tuesday evening, October 17th and it is open to the public.  I don’t know the exact time, it will be posted on the front page of the VLS website.

I hit the road this week, first in South Carolina and then New Mexico.  Clancy, Lia, Sara, Jen and Nancy are also “out and about” talking with prospective applicants.  Stop by our tables and say hello; we look forward to meeting you.

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