Like wiping a hard drive or erasing a whiteboard, Seattle University students have already forgotten everything they learned during winter quarter. The moment most students stepped off of campus, the mere notions of knowledge and learning were just two hazy memories swirling through the immense oceans of our consciousness.
For many students, the only prudent ideas worth thinking about involve March Madness. How can one remember lectures from financial accounting when Michigan State was eliminated from the tournament in the first round? Just like their brackets, SU students’ memories are thoroughly busted.
— Donnie Rhoads