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  • My supervisor has gotten very excited about the mangoes, and he has brought in Colleague B to analyze the mangoes that have been identified.

    Feeling Guilty Over Sliced Mangoes

  • I should call Colleague X, whose kids are all grown and who'd love to have me over!

    Archive 2007-11-01

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  • But when I'm in a bank of offices nowhere near the department office, when on my door it says Dr. Firstname Crazy, and when I'm clearly grading in a closet-like office that could belong to no one but a faculty member, alongside male colleagues in other offices that also havetheir Dr. Firsname Colleague names on their doors who are doing the exact same thing, and I am without fail the person who is addressed "Do you have [a stapler, a paperclip, a pen, insert-office-supply-here]" yep, that gets tiresome.

    Reassigned Time

  • My brilliant new British Colleague in Ottawa, His Excellency the High Commissioner Lord Amory (and it is not without a feeling of awe and disbelief that I call "Colleague" a former Chancellor of the Exchequer!), gave a lecture the other day at the Ottawa Branch of the Canadian Club, and opened his remarks by saying that he did not wish to do what another speaker had done on another occasion: giving the first of a series of addresses by a string of eminent professors, he entitled his own "God, Man and the Universe."

    Peoples and Nations in a Changing World

  • Colleague: Think it has anything to do with Dylan going off to college in a couple of weeks?


  • Colleague Zachary A. Goldfarb has penned a thoughtful Sunday Outlook essay, sketching out what an Obama administration stacked with Nobel prize winners might look like.

    What if Nobel Prize winners ran the country?

  • Colleague Alex Wagner wonders whether the White House could have done more to save Rhee's job, calling her a "a near perfect partner [for Obama and Duncan] right in their own backyard."

    DeMorning DeBonis: Oct. 14, 2010

  • In the House, Representatives Issa and Lofgren sent a 'Dear Colleague' letter opposing SOPA to Congressional leaders.

    Alexander Howard: Internet Companies and Lawmakers Speak Out Against the Stop Online Piracy Act


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