Sushi—also too risky, given the likelihood your partner doesn’t like it and the acute risk of food poisoning. And let’s not even talk about Mediterranean/falafel. The student in question then emailed the professor to tell him that, since it was his first time in the class, he could not have known about the policy and explained that he had simply been shopping around for classes, rather than being a bad time keeper.'Just so I've got this straight..started in one class, left 15-20 minutes into it (stood up, walked out mid-lecture), went to another class (walked in 20 minutes late), left that class (again, presumably, in the middle of the lecture), and then came to my class.REAL pause xxxx and take to heart what I am about to tell you: Just so I've got this straight..started in one class, left 15-20 minutes into it (stood up, walked out mid-lecture), went to another class (walked in 20 minutes late), left that class (again, presumably, in the middle of the lecture), and then came to my class.
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I hope the lottery winner that is your recently crowned Monday evening Professor is teaching Judgement and Decision Making or Critical Thinking.
In addition, your logic effectively means you cannot be held accountable for any code of conduct before taking a class.
You state that, having not taken my class, it would be impossible to know our policy of not allowing people to walk in an hour late.
Most risk analysis offers that in the face of substantial uncertainty, you opt for the more conservative path or hedge your bet (e.g., do not show up an hour late until you know the professor has an explicit policy for tolerating disrespectful behavior, check with the TA before class, etc.).