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Professors are bursting at the seams (and mouths) with excitement to be back in the classroom—send us all the lines they use to make their course seem fun and cool before the shopping period is over.

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Send us the best lines from your professors as they try their best to make online classes entertaining.

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The only thing that might be wackier than the aggressiveness of the cold wind outside, the still-mediocre SSOL redesign, and this season of The Bachelor combined… syllabus week. Whether it’s discussing “that hip new Jay-Z music video” or performing a literal satanic ritual, professors always capitalize upon their first classes to say and do the wackiest, sweetest, funniest, and […]

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Let’s be honest. For most of us, the first week of classes is actually pretty chill. We shop a few lectures, collect a few syllabi, and catch up with friends we haven’t seen all summer. Our professors, on the other hand, are desperately trying to hide the fact that they’ve thrown together their opening lectures in […]

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We’re back for a new year, another semester, brand new classes and another (or a final) chance to make Dean’s List. From today on, your professors will be welcoming you to class with bad puns (or good ones), aggressive political statements and philosophical musings. But that’s only a sample. It’s up to you to send […]

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