Lost: One Very Important Item

Lost: One Very Important Item

Want to announce an event? Need a contractor for your kitchen? Misplace your cell phone? The College’s electronic bulletins have a way of bringing the campus together in discussions over matters large and small. Every now and then, there’s a post that reveals the true nature of the community … .

A friend was walking on campus yesterday with her toddler, and discovered later that she had dropped her son’s pacifier, which has a small, gray and red elephant-shaped blanket attached, somewhere. If anyone has seen it, please let me know and I’ll pass along any tips to my friend. (She will also be checking the main lost and found in the Wang Ctr.)

Sarah Wall-Randell ’97, associate professor of English

A day later … .

Thanks SO much to those who emailed to report seeing the lost elephant blankie. Because of the sharp eyes, good memories, and, above all, kindness of several Wellesley staff members, my friend was able to pinpoint where on campus she had dropped it and return to collect it. People are still reporting sightings from yesterday, so I thought I’d better announce that there had been a happy ending to the story!

Sarah Wall-Randell

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