Typical Buckeyes. Not only do they let Terrell Pryor sell his gold pants and turn in the worst research paper ever written, the school is now now reading Twilight as part of an honors English class (Click 261H with Garcha for the syllabus). This is wrong on so many levels. The other books required for this class are Frankenstein, Dracula and The Taming of the Shrew. Yeah, stinking Twilight stacks up to those titles...ok. I mean seriously, why is "The" Ohio State University reading a book written specifically for 14 year old girls who have nothing better to do, besides chew bubble gum and post pictures of Justin Bieber all over their walls using pages from J14 magazine while they text their friends about how awesome the latest episode of Glee was because Britney's back, baby. At least the Twilight books have stood the test of time and been analyzed by countless scholars and profs all searching for that deeper meaning and theme, right? At least an irrational fan base hasn't developed solely because of a certain actor's six-pack and endless supply tanning lotion as he breaks our favorite girl's heart. Grand Valley has some pretty stupid classes, and I have bought some pretty stupid books, but this tops the list. This is a Big Ten school? This alone should place them in a category outside "Legends and Leaders." More like "Losers."
Answers? Most likely, yes and Oden won't get into the Yule Ball because he is too old looking.
Story Via: The Daily What
By Aaron Brandt, who read The Prisoner of Azkaban on his first car ride to GVSU without getting car sick.
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