||[Dec. 16th, 2015|10:50 am]
The Question Club
It's finals week, meaning classes are over. I emailed a request for a letter of recommendation (for various reasons, it couldn't be sent/made earlier), but the professor isn't exactly known for answering her emails. This makes me wonder how good she is at reading/remembering them in the first place.|
Since classes are over, I can't hope to catch her there, but she is also an Assistant Dean of my school, so I could manage to track her down if need be. The request is already sent, I'd just like to make sure she at least sees it sooner rather than later, whether she ends up writing the letter or not. She's the director of the ensemble I'm in, and so while we aren't BFFs, I've been in her "class" for the past five semesters, have done things outside of class with her quite a bit (in the context of performances), have been to her house, etc. So we aren't practically strangers, either.
Would it be improper to stop by the Dean's office to see if shes available for a quick minute, or to leave a message? We're also friends on Facebook, but the same concern about her not seeing the message applies, and it's also Facebook.
Sorry to pander, but is anyone willing to give me a hand with my phonetics homework? The assignment is to listen to two files, about 40 seconds long combined, and record which consonant you hear in each example (35 examples total). All-in-all it shouldn't take more than two minutes, if that. Bonus points (go to me) for non-native English speakers, though anyone is welcome.
DK/DC: What are your holiday plans?