A Game of Spoons
When Josie Russo x’18 enrolled as a freshman, her aunt Tracy Lovitsch Sheridan ’94 sensed an opportunity to right a terrible wrong. Lovitsch Sheridan and her husband, Stephen ’94, mailed Russo a care package that included this item: spoons illicitly removed from the Chadbourne dining hall, with a note asking Russo to return them to their rightful owner. As of December, Russo hadn’t yet surrendered the spoons. She lives in Witte, and a trip to Chad would require a rugged hike of nearly three-tenths of a mile. “Right now, they’re in a pen holder on my desk,” she admits. “I laugh whenever I look at them.”
Published in the Spring 2015 issue
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