by Shari Dinkins I SIT IN a departmental meeting. To my right is a woman I do not know; she is young, blonde. Sitting to her right is a young man I don’t know; he clutches a pad holder. As the head of my department talks, the young woman scratches notes at a frantic pace. The young man makes no notes. He stares at the agenda, a confused look on his face. At new business, my chair announces the new adjuncts. Four of them. The two next to me are newbies, as is a woman in the front row. When […]
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