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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Dead Boring

At the risk of winning some bad taste award, I can remember some exceptionally boring university lectures and lecturers. None, however, actually achieved the demise of a student. Unfortunately the news report didn't reveal the subject of the lecture but one thing is certain and that is the Otago Uni lecturer in question will have a truly unique CV.

I and another student took it in turns to type up the day's lecture notes on an old pre WWII Imperial typewriter (cost ten pounds) and I remember struggling to decypher my writing as it drifted off the page due to the onset of slumber. Funny thing is, it was always the same lecturer.

Of course, the unexpected death of a twenty-one year old student will be a huge shock to his family and student friends. Does Labour write off deceased student loans or will the beneficiaries of the young chap's estate enjoy free interest for the next hundred years?
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Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 10/06/2005 07:11:00 am


Anonymous S Heath said...

student loans are forgiven upon death. they do not became part of estate

10/06/2005 11:52:00 am  

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