1.  Water Wars (Fall 2011):  One of the most worthless time vacuums I've ever taken part in on any academic level.  The grading is incredibly arbitrary, expectations for any assignment (1/3 of your grade is response papers, 1/3 is final project, 1/3 class participation) are constantly evolving, changing, or simply not relayed to the students. As for class participation, he writes your name down every time you make a comment in class or ask a speaker a question (he doesn't tell the students this), but the class is graded accordingly.  Going to class alone will get you about 1% OF 33.3 and the rest is based on questions - regardless of their content. The final project is a combination of 40 page paper and visual advocacy campaign that involves a "killer tactic" - if there is one thing I can promise you about this course, it is that you will not ever understand what a killer tactic is. Even without all of this, I can without question state that despite the papers, final project, and perfect attendance, I can not state a single thing I learned in the class. At all. Worst law class I've ever taken. Worst class I've ever taken, including 3rd grade (which taught me how to write in cursive, an equally useless skill).

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