The weekly University of Miami electronic newsletter brings me this offer, which sounds quite resistible:
Today, Monday, April 21 through Wednesday, April 23 The Tunnel of Oppression. The William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership Development, UM Citizen's Board, the Ford Foundation, the Office of Student Affairs, and the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression urge individuals to participate in a powerful, one-time, campus wide program, the Tunnel of Oppression, hosted in the University Center Ballrooms. The Tunnel of Oppression is a nationally renowned sensory-based experiential learning opportunity designed to expose participants to the various types of oppressive acts that exist in society today. Through interactive tours, it is designed to challenge peoples' thoughts, perceptions, and inner feelings on issues dealing with oppression and hatred. Tours occur every 15 minutes from 4 to 9 p.m. and last approximately 20 minutes. For more information, e-mail email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com or call 401-290-7437.
Look, I already go to faculty meetings — isn't that enough?
I suspect most law students would think this sounds too much like the 1L experience!