By Professor Nancy Rapoport
I know that only students and academics think in semesters (the rest of you live in the real world), but we’re back in school now. As I look into the eyes of our students, I see fear (first-years), fatigue (second-years), ennui (third-years), and exhaustion (fourth-years).1 And that’s when they look into my eyes. Mostly, my students look away in the hope that I won’t call on them.2
But I . . .
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