By: Rizoh

      Bill Max was a professor at Stillman College until he realized that he had wasted two years of his professional career trying to redeem the irredeemable.

      “My students’ academic performance had been generally disappointing, and I could not persuade most students to even attend class regularly,” says Max of his first year at Stillman.

     Of course, hip-hop was to blame for his plight. Says Professor Max: “Instead of taking pride in being exemplary students, many were devotees of hip-hop culture. They were anti-intellectual, rude and profane.”

      I don’t know what’s worse—Bill Max’s myopic understanding of hip-hop culture or his “quitter” attitude.