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Saturday, February the 24th, 2007

… words thrown out of context.

The sheer number of students involved—well over 200—ensured a wide variety in points of view, and the artificial sense of anonymity they enjoyed resulted in a degree of candidness I was surprised to see; sometimes brutally so. It’s like they’d forgotten I’ve spent a dozen or so hours with them each week, and they’re really not nameless to me. Perhaps, their extremely-alike and hard to discern handwritings,

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lured them into this fictitious sense of security. Oh, the poor, misguided young’uns. And, in case you’re wondering, GSI stands for Graduate Student Instructor.

Some of the responses were verbose,

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while others were more wordy still,

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some were terse,

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a few, extremely so,

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but the verdict was clear…

Another inopportune pause. Patience is a virtue.

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