Monday, April 10, 2006

Bittersweet End of Classes

Friday was the last day of classes. Over this past week one class after another has found its ultimate denouement. Some classes have ended in applause, others with a another round of drinks while others have come to a close with awkward silence. Some professors continue to teach with attention and empathy while others don't even fake their lack of enthusiasm. "You've already submitted your teacher evaluations so I really don't care what you think anymore." I prefer the profs who invite us over to the Grad Club.

Of course, for the Class of '06, these were their last classes at Queen's Law. They have all (or almost all) found articling positions at firms or government agencies and they are moving on. There are many outstanding, truly admirable, individuals that I will miss. After one more round of exams, they will be completely finished. Congratulations!

Speaking of exams ...

1 Comments:

At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Gwen said...

My Legislature and Legislation class talked much about going out to Grad Club for our last class and then it all came to nothing. I was surprised at how disappointed I was. Serious bonding happens in evening seminar classes

 

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