While unseasonably chilly New York University students braved the dreary weather in the wake of the Labor Day holiday, one very fortunate handful of the campus’s newest urbanites found no reason to complain on their first day of class, the Huffington Post reports. Multiple-paged syllabi, intimidating grading policies and redundant personal introductions are synonymous with the first day of college classes. Students struggling with the transition from the freedom of summer to the structure of a class schedule find difficulty concentrating during these preliminary academic gatherings. But, for the students of Professor Ken Liotti’s “Story-Telling Strategies” class, this first meeting was perhaps the most captivating hour and fifteen minutes they will experience all semester…

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