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New Class On Vine Available Next Semester

By Samantha Latos; News Editor
On March 30, 2018

New Class On Vine Available Next Semester

Samantha Latos

News Editor

new course will be available next fall semester at Plymouth State University. It is an innovative Gen Ed that will be taught by a new professor on campus, known as Miss Keisha. The course is entitled The Legacy of Vine in Our Modern Era.

This course will study the impact of popular vines, as well as exploring some inconspicuous ones, with a focus on humor-based community building. The class is meant for students to establish bonds through vine referencing. Even though Vine died, it still holds an impact; vines make people laugh. People love vines, and many incorporate them in their everyday lives.

More than 100 million people watch Vine compilations online monthly.

In the time of Vine, 39 million different 7-second videos were uploaded to the platform. In many ways they are a symbol of the younger generation.

Vine articulated the speech of many millennials. In fact, many millennial friend groups communicate strictly through vine references. There is no doubt that vines have left an impact on young people. “My favorite vine is probably “Judas no,’” PSU student Hannah Fitzgerald said, “I like it because I’m a stupid millennial with a short attention span who likes to laugh at dumb things for instant gratification.”

The course will take place on Wednesdays, my dudes. It will be held from 9 to 10, and will last 21 minutes.

Miss Keisha has exciting plans for the class, including a field trip to the PE Center to observe Trey, arguably the best point guard in history, dominate in his basketball games with his shoe game.

The course will challenge constructed societal norms by exploring what is up with Kyle. It will inspire students to really look at all those chickens. The course may even get playful enough to discuss the consequences of spilling lipstick in a white Valentino bag.

It’s important to note that vines from contributors like Lele Pons and the Paul brothers will be omitted from the course due to ethical reasons. The course will only focus on vines that contribute to the mental health of the student body. The vines that are going to be studied are all wholesome in that they will inspire people to feel better, and be better people.

This class has a focus in community building, meaning it is a safe zone for students who enjoy all kinds of vines, except for those prohibited. PSU student Jordan Cady said, “My favorite is “Patricia!” and “Way to go Paul.’” Student involvement is key, and the course syllabus will be flexible in accordance to what the students are passionate about. The goal is for the classroom to establish a comfortable learning environment with the least amount of commotion as possible. Remember, when there’s too much drama at school, all you gotta do is walk away.

Note that this course is to be taken seriously. If you take his class for granted, you’ll drop your GPA, as well as your croissant.

So for those who need some milk or have never been to oovoo javer, this course is perfect for you. Be sure to sign up for The Legacy of Vine in Our Modern Era. It’s sure to keep your mind stimulated and your egg rolls buttered. This fall, come get y'all juice.


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