When he returned home for the recent Winter Break, Jack Adams was promoted from his status as mere student to an official W&L Representative, at least in the eyes of his distant relatives.
He was first grilled with basic questions, such as the size of the school, the percentage of students in Greek life, how big the classes were, and the things to do in town. However, Adams’ biggest challenge came when Great-Aunt Abigail from Cincinnati asked the dreaded question:
“Well, are they changing the name?”
Adams proved himself by informing Great-Aunt Abigail that the school put all that up on the website. After being asked this at least seven times before Christmas dinner, Adams was finally promoted to a PR expert by the visiting family.
At press time, second cousin Ed was asking Adams if he had declared his major yet.