College Bro Skips Class To Go To World Series Game, Professor Calls Him Out But Is A Total Bro About It

College professors are a mixed bag–some are just riding out their time until they get pension and could care less about trivial shit like “attendance” and “class participation” as long as you show up for the exams. Others take a more micromanaging approach, sending out flare signals if you miss one class or deducting points if you don’t answer their stupid questions in class. It truly is a lottery.

An Ohio University student named Charlie Turner skipped class to attend Game 1 of the World Series in Cleveland. His professor, Damian R. Nance, inquired about his absence, to which Turner came clean and sent him a selfie of him at the game. This transparency could have gone one of two ways, depending on whether the professor has a permanent stick up his ass. This is how it played out…

Mr. Nance is going to see a spike in students trying to get a seat in his class next semester. Bro as fuck.

[h/t Bleacher Report]

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