On March 14, 1958 The Maroon headlines featured the beginning of midterms, a change in student council elections, and a student-teacher basketball game. Perhaps the most interesting article was a poll given by The Maroon. We all have our pet peeves when dealing with teachers, whether it’s little things like their tone of voice or even nitpicky grading procedures. This poll turned the tables and asked teachers their pet peeves regarding students.
“Dr. Joseph Tregle, professor of history said he didn’t have time to give all of his pet peeves.” Despite being dated 55 years ago, it looks like student-teacher relationships haven’t changed much.
Blog post by Kristen Blomeyer, Special Collections work-study student and Social Media and Outreach Intern.
Found in the Archives is a recurring series of crazy cool stuff found in the Monroe Library’s Special Collections & Archives.