1) Find out which quadruple the Mesos put you in!
Search for your name in this document and see your quadruple assignment.
2) Pretend all four of you went on a date last night.
Post in your quadruple’s thread/discussion in the Warm-Up Date category.
Share (imagine/invent) how your date went from your perspective.
Build on each other’s account, and/or contradict each other about the nuances.
Was it comfortable? Awkward?
What went right? What went wrong?
Read How to Play
You can read about the 5 Genders here
or find out which Gender you are most like here.
(no private conversations!)
so the Mesos can put you in the perfect quadruple later in the week!
Creative Quadruple: Samara Hayley Steele, Cathy Podeszwa, Rob Wittig, and Mark Marino.
Students from around the world will be playing along.
Participating faculty:Patrick Jagoda (U Chicago)
Lee Skallerup Bessette (U of Mary Washington)
Kris Shaffer (U of Mary Washington)
Anastasia Salter (U of Central Florida)
Jason Farman (U of Maryland)
Mia Zamora (Kean University)
Anne Cong Huyen (Whittier College)
Kiki Benzon (USC)
Mark Marino (USC)
Thermopiles in Love will also be an official netprov of SLSA16 (The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts 2016) in Atlanta, Nov. 3-6th.
Meanwhile...Netprov Studies Featured Players are also joining us. (The PA is bringing the list over to us but is stuck in traffic.)