My history professor seemed nice at first, but as they always say, looks can be deceiving. I saw her true colors from the moment an African-American student came in, he was interested in the class and was wondering if he could “add it.” He asked her and she played dumb and pretended not to hear him. She likes to be addressed as “Dr.” because she has a PhD. But surprisingly despite with her years of being in school and presumably analyzing literature of all sorts, she couldn’t figure out what the poor guy was meaning. She smirked at him, turned and nodded her head and rudely said “no” to him. In reality it meant –and she knew it- was a yes (she was adding new students, so she lied to him). This rudeness from teachers and professors is nothing new to me, I’ve been observing this for years and it really bothers me. They have no right to be mean to students within the campus, to their own students and others.
One thing is for sure, I won’t let her bully me in class!