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A Rain Forest Died For Their Sins:
The Plague of Memos

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To: All adjunct faculty

From: Cheryl Prina

Date: April 2, 2001

Re: Dr. Dodson's humor

Please note that the following memo was one of Dr. Dodson's frequent humorous pranks, done in the spirit of April Fool's Day (which fell on a Sunday this year, hence the activity on Friday).

Of course adjunct teachers still get discounts on their lattes. The part about rude phone calls in the middle of the night was meant as a joke, but is probably not quite as funny to those who put their home phone on their syllabus.


Ms. Cheryl Prina

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