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A hidden note found in Goldwin Smith Hall
Matt Eisenberg recently found this note hidden in one of the drawers of a table in Goldwin Smith Hall. It reads:
“Dear Classics Student,
Greetings from November 8th, 2010. I sit in Pietro Puccis class translating a Socratic Dialogue of Plato, which shall remain nameless. Though the professor’s intellect is undoubtedly impressive, I find myself uninterested, as my sleep deprived eyes are driving my mind behind them to distraction. Not five minutes ago I ventured into the drawer in this table to see if I could find anything of interest inside, if only to occupy my time for the remainder of class. Imagine my dismay at finding naught but an empty mechanical pencil! It is for this reason I was moved to write this letter to you, unknown friend and colleague, so that you might for a time find yourself with something remotely interesting to gaze upon during a class. Yet this gem is only for those who are bold, daring, and courageous enough to delve into the very depths of this table which I write upon now. It may be months until someone reads this. It may be tomorrow. It may be never. There is no way I will ever know, unless, you, my noble audience, might write something back. Yet regardless, I congratulate you, O wise and curious creature, for finding this letter. Should you be moved to respond in such a fashion, I urge you to not deny thine own impulses. For Socrates himself once said “If you find a note within the ‘Cornell’ Classics dept’, you shouldst respond”
Though I do not know you, be assured that I love you with my entire being.”
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