Finally and adieu!

The grades have been submitted and are wending their way through the system.

I will soon be sending on your library assignments to Janet Fraser. Anyone who has yet to send me a clean copy and wants to, do so sometime this week.

If any of you would like to discuss your assignments (or anything else), email me and we can set up a meeting. I would be more than happy to go over your work with you.

I can’t tell you all how much I appreciate your forbearance this past month. And thanks for all the warm wishes and kind expressions of condolence.

Congratulations to those of you who are graduating. I look forward to seeing you cross the stage. All the best in your next chapters.

Finally, I wad delighted to see many familiar names signed up for classes next term:

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  • (Those women whom the distaff
    no longer claims
    nor spun cloth)
    driven mad,
    by Bacchus.

    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961), "Choros Translations from The Bacchae"

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