I don’t know why they took so long to show up, but I just checked and our class grades are FINALLY in CUNYFirst!
You can check your grade by logging into your CUNYFirst account. I CANNOT email final grades (BMCC and CUNY policy).
If you received an Incomplete (INC), email me ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org This means that:
- You are missing the midterm research paper OR
- You are missing the final research paper OR
If you emailed me asking for your final paper grade, I WILL get back to you ASAP. My mom’s internet connection is not the best, I’m afraid (I am currently at my mom’s house, celebrating the holidays).
Finally and most importantly, I have to thank you all for being WONDERFUL students! I know it was a rocky semester because I was in poor health, but you all did a great job. You all should be very, very proud of your hard work and achievements this semester. :D
Click HERE for a webcomic called Khaos Komix by Tab Kimpton. It is a series of intertwined stories about characters who identify their sexual orientation and/or gender in various ways. In my opinion, it does a great job of presenting and discussing different types of Queer identity. There is also a very thought-provoking sequence focusing on a homophobic character who bullies the other Queer characters.
Fair Warning: There IS some explicit content, so this is probably not safe for work! There is also some very emotional, upsetting content. However, I think it’s a great read for the winter break.
Also, you can CLICK HERE for the link to another story by the same writer/artist called Shades of A. It’s a “take-off” (but well done!) of 50 Shades of Grey from an Asexual perspective.
I wish you all a restful, enjoyable, and safe winter break. If you need another English class, you may be interested to know that I am teaching Women’s Literature (ENG353.1800, on Monday and Wednesday evenings). However, in any case, please do feel free to get in touch with me if you ever have any questions about English classes or BMCC in general.
Thank you all again,
Prof. Jaime Weida