The Obiter can confirm anonymous reports that third-year law student, Loretta Saunders, deceptively smuggled her MacBook into this week’s Trusts A lecture.
The revelation would be far from newsworthy, if not for the fact that Ms Saunders spent a significant portion of Week 1 casting her peers as worthless pieces of shit for adapting to modern educational methods.
“This semester I’m making a change,” Ms Saunders announced to an apathetic cluster of students outside the lecture hall. “Laptops distract you; one second you’re typing, the next you’re watching The Graham Norton Show on mute. Not me!”
The student, who seems genuinely convinced that her plummeting GPA can only be due to her method of notetaking, rather than her unearned enrolment in TCB by way of the OP system, took the time to urge others to take the leap into the notebook abyss.
“For too long, students have focused on their typing and screens rather than the knowledge itself,” Ms Saunders wrote in a Facebook status. “I am proud to be bringing the tradition of A4 notebooks back to the tertiary education system, and I hope you too can join my education revolution.” The status had received 4 likes, and a ‘wow’ react that our analysts believe to be “sarcastic.”
Loretta’s sabbatical came to an end this week when she slowly slipped her MacBook out of a TYPO laptop case with little zebras on it (or some shit).
“She literally called me the ghoulish ghost of Steve Jobs for looking at the PowerPoint last week,” third-year Sarah Jobs complained. “That doesn’t even make sense. Plus, Steve was my uncle so that hurt a lot.”