Wednesday, May 9, 6:30 p.m., Ballston Room 205.
The final exam consists of one of the six questions below. On the day of the final exam I will bring a fair six-sided die and ask a volunteer from the class to roll it to determine which question students will be required to answer.
Students also have the option of taking the final at one of two alternate times: Tuesday, May 8, 6:30 p.m., Gailhac Room G114, or Thursday, May 10, noon, Ballston Room 204. There is no need to register for one of the alternate times in advance. However, students who begin the exam at any of the times (the scheduled time or one of the alternates) must finish the exam at that sitting (that is, you can’t show up, see which number gets rolled, and then decide you want to take it at a different time).
The final exam will be written in class without books, notes, computers, phones, audio devices, or other aids. Students found violating the Marymount principles of Academic Integrity will fail the course and be formally charged through the University’s Academic Integrity process.
Your answer must be well-organized, with a clearly-specified thesis statement and appropriate logic and evidence, and must refer to course readings where appropriate.