Student Worker Appreciation 2018

April 3, 2018

The second full week of April is National Student Employment Week. BLAIS & ERC staff are grateful for the reminder and opportunity to celebrate our undergraduate student workers and our post-bac and graduate fellows, whom we adore and on whom we--and people from the BC/CU communities and beyond--depend.

We invited workers from the Archives, BLAIS Communications, Circulation, ERC, IMATS, and the Zine Library to share their name, area of study, an image of or related to themselves, and a response to the question

If your BLAIS/ERC job was a food, what food would it be?

These are some of their responses...

Name Area of study If your BLAIS/ERC job was a food, what food would it be?
Ruby Mastrodimos This big baseball game we call life. Meltyblend
Ilana Doran
Astronomy Oatmeal
Sally
Psychology and Statistics Pizza
Megnot Mulugeta
Studying Sociology and Africana Studies a fruit tart because it's a not a conventional dessert but nonetheless interesting, fun, and delightful
Tamsin Ramjit
History with a concentration in Race, Ethnicity, and Nationhood Jambalaya-little bit of everything
Kirby
English and Psychology Molten Lava Cake
Letty DiLeo
Psychology Cheese
Shannon Galiotto Mathematics and Computer Science In the words of Forrest Gump's mama, a box of chocolates because you never know what you're going to get!
Nene Egbosimba Economics and Mathematics Banana bread with chocolate chips!
Anna Carlson
Applied Math! Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Covered Powerberries. A mystery to those who haven't tasted the ERC yet, they're like what's inside?? What kinds of skills (or berries) can I acquire in there? But they are intrigued by the dark chocolate covering, aka our impressive mapping and graphing skills. So they take a taste and can't get enough! And it's specifically a Trader Joes brand food item because our Associate Director, Alisa, has a serious Trader Joe's problem.
Hannah Yoo
Mathematical Sciences pancakes!

Anna Yuen

Film Pancakes. However and whenever you eat it, it’s always a great time.
Bonnie MacRae
Architecture mashed potato
Hawa Tunkara Economics Carrot Cake
Momo
Computer Science jalapeño popper
Mya Alexice Creative writing and race/ethnicity! Smoothie
Lucy Shauman
Ostrich Wrangling Green eggs and ham
Chelsea Adjalla
Urban Studies Boneless buffalo wings
Diane Zhou
Staring at Chinese Manuscripts and Medieval Illuminations thanks to university online resources baguette
Rosa Mesbahi
English and History oreos
Lena Denbroeder
Economics, Pre-Health Smoked deli turkey
Naledi Kekana Computer Science Takis
Aleyah Santos undeclared bacon pizza
Aliyah Simon-Felix
Economics and Social History Doubles