Maria Fischer writes about how many students dedicate far too much time doing classroom work and not enough time building their personal brand.
The university expects students to either walk to Alden or park at the meters. On a good day, this is not a problem. But at a school with approximately 27,000 students, there are simply not enough meters to go around, especially during finals week.
The days of handwritten notes are over. Technology has definitely earned a place in the classroom, and the professors that require their classrooms to power down are doing their students a disservice.
OU’s add/drop policy doesn’t leave enough time for students to decide if they want to drop a class or not.