Day 548

In Creative Writing: Point-of-view, and the advantages and disadvantages of first-, second- and third-person.

In Human Resources, we started a unit on performance evaluation.

In Sensory, we first reviewed some of the common beer taints by–what else–tasting them. I didn’t have a cold this time, so all my taste buds were up to speed and able to detect the wide range of awful flavours. Gnrk! Next up, Rob Doyle from the quality control team at Mill St. Brewing gave a talk about the importance of ensuring our processes are designed to produce consistent beer. Even better, Rob brought some samples of Mill St.’s Cobblestone Stout, which we used for a taste analysis.

Afterwards, we retired to the Benchmark (a fancy foodie-type restaurant on the campus) for a beer and food reception and a chance to chat with Rob for an hour. Very civilized way to end the week. However, enough shmoozing–assignments and tests are starting to pile up again, so it’s time to get back to work…

The most exciting thing about graduating in six weeks is going to be weekends without homework.

 

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