How to See PrezBo With Your Own Eyes

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Perfecting the smize.

Look alive, Columbia! Tomorrow afternoon, the Senate’s holding their 4:30 pm Town Hall about publicizing Course Evals in 104 Jerome Greene Hall.

In the meantime, the best we’ve got is CULPA. Since his Freedom of Speech & Press class still has some vacancies, we’ve culled the best of PrezBo’s CULPA evaluations for the fall course offering:

  • “Remember in Legally Blonde when she freaks out in her first law class because the professor randomly calls on her and expects her to have read and understood case law? Ok, that’s really how law classes work. And that’s not even half as intimidating as it really is.”
  • “I imagine the quality of this course is entirely dependent on whether or not he’s in town.”
  • “Once you’re comfortable with the possibility of PrezBo grilling you (and you should be, he couldn’t care less), then you can’t go wrong taking it.”
  • “I’m pretty sure the review below this one was written by someone from Bollinger’s office. He is a very image-conscious guy, so I wouldn’t put it past him. I guess that’s the first thing everyone needs to know about Bollinger: he is a bit of a prima donna, yet tactful at keeping his annoyance with the inferiority of the world under wraps.”
  • “If the student clearly doesn’t know what they’re talking about, PresBo will make them feel fairly inadequate at life, which is more than most professors have the balls to do.”
  • “He shows up late to class exactly 5 minutes and keeps class late exactly 5 minutes every week.”
  • “I walked away with this distinct impression that he lacks any genuine intellectual rigor. If he does have the intellect of an average Columbia professor, then it is obviously taken up by his occupation as president.”
  • “Unfortunately one must often sit through this painful process while the students he has chosen to call on struggle to articulate their half-formed opinions.”

PrezBo via Wikimedia Commons

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  1. Van Owen

    His class is a complete joke.

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