Lecturers in student groups on Facebook? Who would have thought! We hope they won’t find any unpleasant memes about themselves there. Those collected in our gallery should be enough.
During the pandemic and the resulting lockdown, some students became extremely lazy. Cheating has never been as easy as it is now, with remote teaching and examination methods. However, the university authorities are not completely helpless in this fight and, apart from appeals to conscience, they have also developed other methods. It may be less honest, but it is probably not appropriate for the other side to raise this particular objection.
Although something similar could have been suspected for a long time – student groups and exchange of notes existed long before the coronavirus pandemic – it has been clear to everyone since yesterday. Lecturers and practitioners infiltrated closed student groups on Facebook. They spy and plot at their best, collecting evidence against the dishonest and malicious. This week, screenshots from three universities began circulating online, in which this fact seems almost certain.
The news quickly spread to other universities and polytechnics, from where further, more or less convincing examples emerged. It must be admitted that many of them, at first glance, look like an obvious provocation and a joke intended to stress out students who are prone to panic. Either way, the whole scandal resulted in a lot of great memes and created new heroes. Dush Stick Ark? We wouldn’t want to be his enemies.