• "Suggested uses for the Keough-Campus Center Wind Tunnel": Free Electricity (three large wind turbines and one small pinwheel spin in the huge gusts of wind), High-Efficiency Clothes Drying (various articles of clothing flop around on two clotheslines, while a sock and pair of undies that have come loose blow away), "Surprise!" Hair Stlying (a male and female student look concerned at their goofy, stick-up hairstyles), Kite-Flying Club (two students flying kites look concerned as a third is carried away by his own).

    Wind Tunnel
    November 3, 2010 (published) / October 22, 2012 (posted here)

    Any Fisher student attempting to walk to class on a winter morning can attest to the large amounts of wind in the aforementioned quad that make sport of attempting to toss hapless students (or at least their belongings) into the air.

    I've suggested on more on one occasion that, if Fisher ever builds a second campus, the first should be dubbed "Blustery Campus".

    This work originally appeared in the Cardinal Courier, the award-winning student-run newspaper at St. John Fisher College, between 2007 and 2011.