by Daniel Grigore

In another installment of this series, Professor Abram Fisher has agreed to shed a little light on what he thinks about in the midst of teaching business students the importance of insert business term here and his all-consuming desire to work with spreadsheets.

If PUC students were to infiltrate your bedroom tonight, what books would they find on your nightstand?

As this is 2018, they wouldn’t fnd any books. On my desk
however, is a Kindle, filled with Rothfuss and Sanderson and the like (authors of fantasy and science fiction).

Up until now, what’s the best job you’ve ever had?

This job, obviously.

At what job were you a dismal failure?

Likely my short stint in high school as a griller for Jack in the Box—it was so boring.

What do you dislike most about your appearance?

Really only just the parts I have to live with.

What do you consider your most overrated virtue?

Forthrightness—overrated because it’s easy to just speak your mind; it’s much harder to do so with sensitivity and appropriate compassion.

What words or phrases do you most overuse?

“Fair Enough,” “Reasonable,” “Understandable.”

What trait do you most deplore in yourself?

Apathy…Probably? Maybe? Who really cares?

What trait do you most deplore in college students?

Apathy.

What was the last television/Netflix/HBO show you binged watched?

Person of Interest

Other than the Campus Chronicle, where do you get your news?

There are other sources of news besides the CC?? Sounds fake to me.

What’s the first project you would tackle as president of PUC?

Finding an acceptable student editor-in-chief for the school newspaper, I’m not so sure about that Daniel Grigore fellow.

Thanks, Professor Fisher! Let’s hope he finds someone to replace that Daniel kid soon. Thank you for reading. Do you have a teacher who you would like to get to know? We’re open to any suggestions. Drop them in the Advice Box in the Grind or shoot Daniel Grigore an email at dmgrigore@puc.edu.