The Hypo will be on hiatus this week, and we haul our sorry carcasses through exams. We’ll be back in full force on May 7th after we’ve driven a stake through the heart of Contracts, and the hangover has worn off. A few thoughts for you to consider in our absence:
• Is there anything stranger than when Stevens is joined by Roberts and Kennedy in supporting a law requiring photo ID for voting?
• The ABA requires that evening courses be “materially similar” to those of day courses. Our Property mid-term in December was 2 hours long and our final is 4 hours long. Full time students are only subjected to a 4 hour exam for the same number of credits. Is a 50% increase in exam time “materially similar”?
• Does the purchase of Wm. J. Wrigley Co. by Mars Foods portend the arrival of M&M flavored chewing gum? If not, why?