WHAT?! This is so weird… I mean I feel like it was just yesterday that I was just starting as a freshman at Westmont. Now I am going to be registering for my second semester of junior year and I feel as though college life is just flying by. I’m trying to enjoy every minute but I just want everything to slow down. Let me catch my breath. Let the laughs last a few seconds longer. Hmm. All I wanted to do during high school was graduate, but now as a undergraduate coming closer to graduation, I just want to rewind and freeze. Earlier generations were so right. Life does go by fast. Life does fly by when you’re having fun. AHHH!
Seriously, I will never by another pc, ever again. I am literally livid. My piece of crap PC has basically kicked the bucket the day before I have an intermediate accounting exam and an online homework assignment due. Intermediate accounting already makes me want to gouge my eyes out and drown in the blood flowing from my eye sockets, but dealing with system restores and diagnostic tests are really putting the damn icing on the cake. GO TO HELL PC’s.
Last semester, a new professor was added to the business department at my school and was received with extreme opposition. He wanted to do all of these strange simulations and skip the basics of teaching a class. He enjoys killing the rain forest by giving his students a literal small tree of paper materials each class and implements case studies into his lectures, which would not be bad if he didn’t throw in the phrase “from that particular standpoint” every time he forgot what the hell he was talking about; which is quite often.
For some deranged reason, I decided to enroll in another class of his this semester and he’s already up my butt about absences that he records with the iClicker, a $40 remote control that he uses to ask questions to the class. An example of one of these “important” question is “What is your favorite pet?” Seriously, I forked out $40 for this?! He sent a forwarded email between himself and another faculty member complaining about absences of 5 or so students including myself. His issue last year was that students would go straight to the department chair to complain about him, rather than informing him of their complaints first.
Now, he is being a huge pansy and is emailing us his discussion about “serious attendance” issues without informing us of his complaints first. Seriously, hypocracy at its finest. What the hell? I added your class late hence one of my absences and I emailed you beforehand for the other.
Go back to the last school you were at. We don’t want you.