Over at the PAC, Adam had already registered ahead for his black academic gown.
We were early enough to be at the front of the line into the gymnasium where the ceremonies would be held.
Diana and I opted for a more strategic stage right position for photography. This separated us from our sons and their grandfather, who chose the bleachers on the other side.
When the procession started, people stood up to get a view.
The procession came down the middle of the gym. Adam’s group was to be seated towards the front.
All of the graduates were asked to rise at the beginning of the ceremony. Continue reading “2015/06/13 U. Waterloo convocation“
Fishbowl panel on The Future of Pattern Language moderated by Wolfgang Stark, initially with Hajo Neis, Yohan Rode, Susan Ingham and Richard Sickinger. (Portland Urban Architecture Research Lab International Conference, NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon) 20181027
Canada Day, but @ISSSMeeting ball game @CorvKnights and @HvilleHammers @GossStadium sing local anthem of the Star Spangled Banner. Our group enjoyed the luxury of the Omaha Room box, theme days with additional characters dressed up in Wizard of Oz costumes. OSU not only has a stadium for baseball, but additionally for football and for basketball. (Goss Stadium, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon) 20190701
Finishing up construction of the ramp to the deck that wraps around the house. Slope of the terrain means platform on pillars driven into the ground. Potential for parties to watch the sunset, with western exposure. DLH says physical activity helps the thinking for writing. (Salina, Iowa) 20180811
Hosting @mikewittenstein in the multicultural Toronto experience with Ethiopian dinner, eating with our hands. Restaurant reservation was miscommunicated, manager graciously asked other customers to shift to accommodate our group. Our sons might not remember the time we visited Mike in Atlanta, as they were children en route to Disney World. (Lalibela Cuisine, Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario) 20190615
Plenary by Wayne Cornelius on "Constructing Deterrence in the Age of Trump: Restricting Asylum, Separating Families, and Criminalizing Migration". (Portland Urban Architecture Research Lab International Conference, NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon) 20181027