The shambling corpse of the NCAA's investigation into UNC academic improprieties landed with a thud on your doorstep yesterday. I -- and maybe you -- genuinely thought this had already been resolved and lol it still isn't and may not be until 2016 if the timeline drags. Important work like this takes time.
I can't speak to just how much of an actual sham these classes were at UNC, but they'd have to be impressively flimsy to beat out some of the classes I took in college and grad school. These are the three easiest classes I ever took, at least that I can remember.
Art History. A real breeze for a Hieronymus Bosch enthusiast such as myself.
Business Law. This was an undergraduate class where we didn't really have to do much of anything beyond watch movies and talk about famous people getting sued. At the end of the semester, we filled out a self-evaluation where we gave ourselves a letter grade, and he just accepted all of them so he didn't have do the grading himself. I respect the lack of hustle immensely.
Conflicts of Law. This was an actual law school class. It met once a week for a semester, which was like, 23 or 24 times. I went to two classes, skimmed the reading, and walked out with an A. I feel like that shouldn't have been possible, but here we are, living in the real world and not using the law degree I worked so hard to get.
Okay, now it's your turn to share with the class.