I would though, because I learned so much in the two hours I sat in their class. The students are engaging in conversation, actual intelligent dialogue!, on the election, the candidates campaigns, their communication approach, and how they have used social media in their campaigns. Not to mention, most of them know what they are talking about!!! The class consists of both student republicans and democrats, but even party disagreements do not impair their ability to engage in intelligible discussion. It might be because it's a 300 (400?) level course but it is rare indeed to find a class so intent on learning and so interested in the course subject matter. I was lightweight shocked! Shoot, even the professor was shocked lol!
Also, Today is the Harambe (Kenyan for "let's come together") Festival at 5 p.m. at the multicultural center!! Stop by and check out the multicultural organizations and meet some great people!
UPDATE! 9-19-08: I am officially in Comm 421, Political Communication!! I got in today right before class, which starts at 3:00 and I can already tell this is going to be an excellent way for me to end my weeks...Thanks Prof. Walton!!!