I'm using generic heading for this thread so that others could use it to post things about their college days if they wanted to. Or create a thread of your own, if you wish. I attended Pacific Christian College in Fullerton, California. One of my instructors was Dr. Mont Smith, who taught a course on Covenant. He has written a couple of books on the subject and is well respected in that field. Rather than showing up for class, several students would leave a tape recorder at their desk, either setting it there before class began or asking another student to do so. I thought it was awfully rude but it was allowed, although teachers weren't entirely supportive of the idea. Sometimes half the class would be represented by tape recorders. Dr. Smith would randomly shut the recorders off as he walked down the aisles sometimes, or place them inside of boxes. Or he might give an unannounced quiz that counted for a portion of the grade, and of course tape recorders didn't do well on quizzes. Another day, he picked up one tape recorder after another and sang into it. I was thinking about that today, so I thought I'd bring it up.