The fall semester is at full speed as busy Bobcats plan their days, store their data, stay hydrated, and do their course readings…while losing appointment notebooks, thumb drives, water bottles, and books.
Here were 18 items seen in the Ladd Library Lost & Found on Sept. 25:
- Dane-Elec 4-gigabyte flash drive
- Staedtler Mars plastic eraser
- Tote bag with the logo of Analysis Group (a consulting firm founded by Bruce Stangle ’70) filled with handouts from a recent Purposeful Work information session
- Single black sock
- Spigen iPhone 11 case
- Book: Quantum Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum by physicist Leonard Susskind and data engineer Art Friedman
- Single hoop earring
- Vicks VapoCool lozenge
- Pocket schedule of a busy Bobcat: wake at 6:30, run at 6:50, and head to sociology class at 8 o’clock!
- The usual Bates plastic water bottle
- Various pens, pencils, and highlighters
- Application for a student seeking transfer credits from Yonsei University of Seoul, South Korea
- Pendant, the kind that might hang from a graduation cap, with “Cleveland Metroparks Zoo” on one side and “Class of 2017” on the other, which may (or not) relate to a master’s program in partnership with Miami University
- Lightning to micro-USB cable
- Voter Registration Acknowledgement Notice from the city of Lewiston to a student approving a voter registration application and noting the voting location, the Lewiston Armory
- T-shirt with the college’s wellness program slogan, “Together We Can B-Well”
- Four Duracell AA batteries (charge: unknown)
- Pocket folder with Bobcat logo filled with readings from the Bates politics course “States and Markets,” including an op-ed, “We Should Buy Greenland,” by U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.