Professor Hosts Office Hours In Home On November 25th
CHESTNUT HILL — Late last night, all freshmen enrolled in the famous first-year seminar entitled Courage to Know (UNCS 2201) received a Canvas notification from their professor, Cue T. Pie. The announcement stated that despite the reprieve from classes Wednesday-Friday, Professor Pie would be holding office hours in her home this Thursday, November 25th, from 3 to 9 pm. This marks a deviation from her originally scheduled office hours, which are typically Monday and Wednesday at 10 am in Carney Hall.
One student who frequents Professor Pie’s office hours, Lowne Lee (MCAS ’25), explained to The Classic that he was extremely concerned about the upcoming final exam and would be attending the entirety of the six hours. “Yeah I know the exam isn’t until December 19th, but I just think it would be wise for me to start studying now,” Lee said, “honestly the amount of reviewing I need to do is insane. Maybe I’ll spend the night there too just to be thorough.”
Others, who have been able to travel to their hometowns during the break, felt compelled to respond to the notification with a handwritten note sending their sincerest regrets. Another reportedly turned her car around at the Massachusetts-Connecticut border because she heard that “Professor Pie’s mashed potatoes slap,” and that it would be the perfect opportunity to improve her current C+ average.
Word has spread across campus and a line has begun to form in anticipation outside of Pie’s home, composed of West Coasters, Penny Pinchers, Children of Divorce, and many others in the Boston College community seeking a loving environment and a home-cooked meal. Former students claim the first to arrive is given the privilege of breaking the wishbone, in addition to an A in the class and a glowing letter of recommendation.
At press time, Professor Pie was seen placing DIY name cards for both her biological and honorary family members around the dining room table with care.