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BlackboardHop: Born This Way

Have an issue on your mind? There’s no better place to express it than on a blackboard, and no better means than with a piece of chalk. In the defense of the accused, it is hard not to be annoying around people who remember the third-grade skill of writing in cursive—we’re secretly jealous.

The following metrical scansion was found behind Professor Moody-Adams in a lecture on international law. Next lecture’s exercise: Look At Me Now.

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  • Looking at the handwriting.... says:

    @Looking at the handwriting.... Do we have a calligraphy course here? I’m a little crammed with midterms, so I’m not exactly eager to do the research….

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous The Gaga scansion is from Professor Mendelson’s intro to the English major course. He was quite effusive.

  • LOYAL DEVOTEE says:

    @LOYAL DEVOTEE MENDELSON IS BETTER THAN THIS RISE ABOVE THE COMMONPLACE LEAVE THE PEASANTS IN THE MARKET

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