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Article by Piliour
September 4, 2011

History Professor Incorporates Oregon Trail into Curriculum

Nothing teaches students about the pioneer life like Oregon Trail. At least that’s Professor Michael LaRue’s motto. In his class on the History of Early America at Jackson State University, LaRue has downgraded from the iMac to the 1990 Macintosh Classic. His students are told not to bring anything to class except for “an appetite... MORE »

Article by Lia Woodward
August 29, 2011

Professors confuse “Class Book List” with “classy-books-I’ve-read-over-the-years-list”, mistake too expensive to laugh about

Many students this semester were more than a little perplexed at the release of the Fall Book List, detailing the required, non-refundable texts that needed purchasing. This week professors finally came forward to admit that these particular lists were something of an accident. “I honestly don’t know how this came to be,” laments Professor Benjamin... MORE »

Article by Piliour
March 1, 2011

Student Skips Class, Has No Good Reason

On Tuesday, Kristen Williams’ alarm went off at 9:00 am. But instead of getting up, Williams turned the alarm off and continued to sleep, despite the fact that she had Intro to Psychology at 10:00. “I just didn’t feel like getting up,” said Williams. “The class is super easy and the professor doesn’t take attendance,... MORE »

Article by Danny Fersh
February 10, 2011

Hey teacher, let Smooth D give you a lesson in love

Professor.  Come on.  You know you want a piece of this Grade-A-prime-cut-extra-tender-plump-and-juicy-satisfaction-guaranteed manly deliciousness.  Quit playing. Go ahead and deny it all you want.  I’m patient. I know you’ll realize sooner or later that I’m just too irresistible for you to keep reading that newspaper while I spit my game.  Just put down that article... MORE »

Article by apost
January 31, 2011

Technologically Retarded and Why Professors Are Hypocrites

Don’t you hate it when professors tell you to turn off your cell phones when you’re in class or keep them on silent? Clearly having my phone constantly in my hand during your class is the only thing keeping me from falling asleep. What would you prefer? But, what I hate more than that is... MORE »

Article by Leah Folta
January 31, 2011

GE Requirements: A Brief Course Guide

The main things all GEs have in common are: - Attendance will be highest the first day and on exam days.  - Any other day, the class will be 1-50% of that size.  - Your TA desperately wishes you would participate/give a shit/like them.   - Your professor is probably blissfully enjoying both tenure and lecturing to an audience of... MORE »

Article by Joshua Scarcella
December 23, 2010

TV Titan Turned Professor Gives Bad Grades for Informative Class

SANTA MONICA, CA – When Christian Boliviar was getting ready for the Syracuse University in Hollywood semester, he was excited for a lot of things. But one thing stood out above all the rest: “Frank Goldman was teaching us, how couldn’t you be excited? He’s a big shot. Yeah, practically no one our age has... MORE »

Article by Rud
December 20, 2010

Student Tries to Bribe Professor, Turns Awkward.

Alex Linden left the university in shame Friday morning after a failed attempt to raise his History grade. With the end of the semester approaching he decided to make a visit to his professor to persuade her to give him a good grade. “I got there and I was like, ‘is there anyway I could... MORE »

Article by Rud
December 13, 2010

Student Answers D to Every Question and Receives a 0%

Syracuse Freshman, Zach Hillburg was more than shocked when he received the results of his last COM 107 exam this week. “I didn’t study at all, right? So I thought I’d just answer D to everything and I’d have a guaranteed 25%. I figured it was a foolproof plan so I just went ahead and... MORE »