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Thursday, January 27, 2022

Hey kids! Not all your classes have to suck

Students are wising up to hard classes, taking a hint from Darwin and sniffing out the easy ones: adaptation at its best.

Bugs and People; ENY1001

Curriculum consists of: Making songs, catching bugs, studying the night before and relying entirely too much on Smokin' Notes.

Student Jimmy Moy said: "It's the easiest class I've taken so far."

For the final project: Students dress up as bugs and make a dessert fashioned in their bug's honor.

How to get an A: Show up

Magic and Witchcraft; CLT3930

Geared toward: Anyone who dressed as Dumbledore, showed up three hours early to the Harry Potter premiere and proceeded to get in a fight with "Helena Bonham Carter" for cutting you in line.

Taught by the person who cast a spell on: the O.J. Simpson and Casey Anthony jurors

How to get an A: Join the Quidditch Club. If that fails, wave your magic wand and say "Abracadabra."

Russian Fairy Tales; RUT3514

Filed under: GPA boosters, easy-A and walk in the park.

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You would fail this class if: Grades were solely based on the pronunciation of author's names.

Lesson learned: Vasily the Unlucky isn't a venereal disease.

Myths, Greeks and Romans; CLT3370

Course description says: The development, importance and influence of Greco-Roman mythology, which basically translates into 10th grade English.

Geared toward: Those who believe the movies "Troy" and "300" are really awesome.

Student Troy Becker said: "You don't even need Smokin' Notes"

Russian Masterpieces; RUT2100

Categorized under: Classes that sound incredibly difficult, but aren't.

Man's Food, FOS2001; Exceptional People, EEX3312; Plants, Garden and You, ORH1030

Categorized under: Classes so easy they don't even get their own category.

If you want a chance at these classes, you better hurry because they always seem to be the first to go.


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