The Best Excuse of the Day
Professor David C. Wyld (firstname.lastname@example.org), the author of The Handbook of College Student Excuses, serves as the Merritt Professor of Strategic Management at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. He is a management consultant, researcher/writer, publisher, executive educator, and experienced expert witness.
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“One semester, a recurring excuse was a digestive malady that students believed to be brought on by a dining hall called ‘Observatory Hill’ or ‘O'Hill’ for short. Try to guess the students' name for the malady. Yep, ‘O'Bola.’ (There was a complete scrubdown of the facility and it was eventually determined that norovirus was the culprit... *not* people in the dining hall putting soap in the food!).”
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