Yes it's true, I want to marry this woman. Jennifer was by far the best part of my freshman year. There were a few people in my class that didn't appreciate her as much as I did, but I think that they had to realize just how bad L&R could have been. Jennifer did her best to keep class moving and tried to provide interesting ways to approach L&R topics.
She often admitted one on one that she wasn't the biggest fan of L&R, but did like seeing our writing improve. Her comments on papers are extremely detailed which can be discouraging at times but also really pays off when you start to improve. She requires you to attend office hours twice during the semester but she's so laid back and cool that you can pretty much talk about anything. I hear she's engaged now though, so sad!