Tuesday, August 17, 2004

New Semester

It starts again today. The cycle repeats itself. Students come, ask questions, get confused, persevere, work and eventually graduate. For me, the main difference is that I have been asked to lead the opening ceremony. It is purely a gender thing. There are too many men doing the different speaches, so they want a woman to lead it. That excuse may be a little obsolete, because this year only the musicians and the headmaster are male, the mayor of Volda and the leaders of the student organisations are all female. I may have to do this in a masculine manner, to compensate. Only problem is - they asked me not to get too long-winded.

2 comments:

dd said...

Your posts are very, very funny. I am a full-time PR pracitioner in St. John's, Newfoundland - Canada. I also teach part-time at Memorial University of Newfoundland. This year I'll be teaching Business Communication. I have taught Organizational Context of PR in the past.

I stumbled on to your blog while I was looking for something at work...I've read a few of your postings and now I cannot remember what I was looking for in the first place. I am appreciating your feminist perspective on teaching and life.

Torill said...

Glad you enjoyed the visit! And it sounds like out fields overlap quite a bit. Good to know we are not alone on the planet.