Professor Shares Laugh with Coworkers Over Time Gallatin Student Said He Was Looking for Job
During a casual meeting in the Faculty Lounge of the Economics Building, tenured professor of Advanced Microeconomics Clark Thomas shared an extensive laugh with his coworkers over that one time he overheard a Gallatin student say he was applying for a job.
“I swear to God he was all serious like ‘I need someone to review my Resume,’” said Prof Thomas as he laughed hysterically along with his peers, pausing at times to gasp for air as he reveled in the idea that a major in fairy tales was attempting to join the labor market. “Oh man, I wish I took a picture of his face, he looked so hopeful. I think he actually went through with it. Who knows, maybe he made it. Maybe Starbucks had an opening or something.”
After a whole thirty seconds of clutching his stomach in laughter, Prof Thomas wiped a tear off the corner of his eye, and then told his TA to stop fooling around and go fail some more midterms.