[You open your eyes to another unimpressive Monday morning. Grey daylight streaks in through your dirty window. Wiping the phlegm from your eyes, you notice a blinking red light from the desk in the corner of your room.
It’s your workstation and home to your computer.
As you sit, the cool black of the workstation’s main menu fills the screen.
A blinking message in the upper right corner notifies you that you have 7 unread messages.]
>>To: Agent Smith
>>Subject: This is the Greetings
It’s me. Somehow my last two accounts got banned. There are dark forces at play here, working to keep us apart–never doubt that.
Too much heat on street level. Had to abandon the surface. Other than the rats nibbling at my boots, I’m alright. I’m working on reconstructing my cork board in the sewers. Without it, we are lost.
The mission is nearing completion. One week stands between us and success. Don’t get lazy on me now.
I dug up some intel for you.
>Thursday, May 9th, 12:30-2:00PM: The English Majors’ Tea is happening in The Gold Room, SUBO. They’ll be revealing the winners of the English Awards and generally celebrating student achievements. The Junction is being released there, so come and get your copy–otherwise they’re being distributed at the English Majors’ Counseling Office at Boylan 3416.
>Thursday, May 9th, 12:30-2:00PM: Stuck in the Library is having their publication event on the 5th floor of SUBO, in the State Lounge. They’re fantastic events. Copies of their new magazine will be distributed, and stick around for an open mic.
>Monday, May 13th, 6:00-9:00PM: The Junction Function is happening in the Occidental Lounge in SUBO, on the 5th floor. Come celebrate the end of the semester at our fabulous Open Mic event. There’ll be free food. It’s the publication event for the Spring 2019 edition of The Junction.
Counter-intelligence operatives must be working hard to keep this info from you, as it’s not on the events calendar for Brooklyn College. Worry not, my friend. I’ve got your back.
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Counter-intelligence operatives are working hard to keep this information from you. It’s not on the event calendars for Brooklyn College, but don’t worry. I