Well. I'd be finished after today, were it not for the mush-brained twatwaffle who thinks Kipling's Kim described the Great Game of nations in unironic terms (assuming he knows that's where the terms he's been gleefully throwing around come from), and has embraced whole-heartedly applying the term "Great Game" to things: we have the Great Game of Business, and the Great Game of Education.
Why on earth did the Board of Trustees decide to hire a community
college player on as a growing and developing full university president?
Because of this idiot, every class must do something during
scheduled final exams time. Yep, every class. From Choir to Ceramics
to College Composition. Knowledge-based classes and skills-based
I can see the point with the knowledge-based classes, all of which now
require a comprehensive final exam, but skills-based? It's fucking stupid. It's a waste of the students' time, the instructors' time, and of the resources of the university.
I s'pose that just matches the fat-fuck waste of space sitting in the university president's office.