Here at Carolina, as I’m sure at every college & university, we have our standard end-of-semester course evaluation forms. There are the closed-ended questions that are students answer on a scantron bubble sheet, and open-ended questions answer freehand. Then, as if that wasn’t enough, we have a standard set of 3 additional open-ended questions that we’re all supposed to have the students answer. We all usually just write these on the board in class.

So this morning I walk into room 214, and on the whiteboard I see a slightly modified but considerably improved version of the additional open-ended questions:

  1. The instructor often arrived to class covered in bees.
  2. All masonic rites were performed correctly.
  3. The IRB will never find out.

Who wrote this? You’re hilarious.