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Labor Day Weekend

If you have been reading the student blogs, you can easily see that the first two weeks of classes have been a whirlwind of activities – both academic and fun.  As I mentioned in my last posting, the admissions staff spent last week in training.  Corey from LSAC was on campus to teach us the new LSAC software – an amazing product.  Every time he showed us something new, there was a collective “whoaaa” of appreciation.  I am glad that we have a few weeks to work out the kinks before the floodgates of applications open!

The students are not the only one to appreciate the holiday weekend.  The staff and faculty also need the short break.  Summer session ended just a week prior to be beginning of Orientation, so none of us have had a break.  Not that this weekend is a real break.  I have lots of work to do, but it is so much easier to do while watching the first week of college football.  That being said, my dearly beloved Georgia bulldogs just lost to Oklahoma State – and it was not a pretty site.  Hopefully, this is not a portence of things to come.

Husband, dog and I drove up to Montpelier this morning.  Fall is definitely in the air.  Even though the temps are still in the low 70’s, the leaves have started changing.  I think our peak is predicted for the first week of October – and that is only one month off.  Watch out for the leaf-peepers!

Enjoy the holiday weekend.


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