Aug 30, 2012
Our art history lecturer believes us making things based upon what we learn from his lectures will teach us more than writing essays about -say- pre-historic views on deities. An essay may have been less hassle, but coming up with a god-like figure for an exact need was a lot more fun. Mine was for clarity when faced with many options. And they call it school!
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