Back in the day students were required to memorize poems and recite them in class. For most the process was torture—memorizing a poem from a list of “suggested” poems, working up the nerve to stand up in front of the class for the recitation, and enduring the embarrassment from snickers of buddies in the audience. 452 more words
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You know your university is a liberal cesspool when your professor doesn't seem to realize that All Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter aren't exactly separate movements.
So, my speech class has an online lecture part of class and during a remark, my professor talks about the Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, and Blue Lives Matter movements. 80 more words
If I gave the commencement speech at my graduation, this is how I would start:
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. These words are symbolic of the relations of the citizens of Rome shared, and I believe that each student at Indiana University shares this same bond. 155 more words