Left: Courtney Weatherbee, Tira Isaacs and Bill Shuffstall, Guam visit Jan. 2020.
The ALS building has signs posted on the walls encouraging people to take the stairs
instead of the elevator and it seems people are listening. Unfortunately, these very
stairs have been the downfall and the up fall for several employees in the last few
CNAS lives up to its “equal opportunity mandate”, as people, both male and female, have broken body parts going down the stairs as well as stepping up.
“Although there are no nunu trees near the building, we are investigating the possibility of a taotaomona presence,” said Dean Yudin, “For the time being we are offering ballet and yoga classes to increase the graceful comportment and balance of our employees.”
Contact the dean’s office to sign up for classes and watch your step!