Course Evaluations: Your Anti-Spam
Written by Bwog Staff
Over the last few weeks, your correspondent has received a total of seven automatic reminders to fill out course evaluations (i.e. spam) and three personal emails from professors requesting that their evaluations be completed. And they are pretty important—filling out course evaluations lets professors know what works and what doesn’t in their classes. Unfortunately, course official evaluations only help professors. Other students can’t see them…at least not yet. That means you’ve got to write CULPA reviews, too, so your fellow Columbians know which classes are amazing and which are even more pointless than Frontiers! And if you couldn’t care less about any of that good citizen crap, then do it so Columbia stops spamming your inboxes!
UPDATE: As this post was being published, Bwog received yet another email reminder!
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