DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College began flooding its classrooms this week in an effort to facilitate student learning.
The first building on the flooding schedule, the Nash T. Pondskum Natural Sciences Complex, was about halfway underwater at last report.
Dystopia President Overly Payeed-Admyn and the college’s board of regents authorized the project, which was proposed by Provost Eddina Field on the basis of a study conducted by a pair of pedagogy experts who found that students learned best in an aquatic environment.
The twenty-year-old study involved five students enrolled in a diving class in Fiji.
T. Allen Culpepper