A cursory Google search reveals that Teresa has been a grad student for twice as long as it takes most of us to earn our college degree. I've seen this purgatory wear on people harder than it has on Teresa, but she definitely has an idea of what she wants you to learn and why she wants you to learn it. Little imagination has gone into the syllabus, and little imagination is required of each student, but you do learn the Art Hum curriculum fairly thoroughly while many of your peers are goofing off at the MoMA or listening to drivel of the noise movement in Music Hum. Whether or not you want this is really up to you, but it - the 9 AM start time, the compulsory participation, the papers where you have to find a single right answer to the prompt that corresponds to whatever's in Teresa's head, the weekly posts that wear upon the soul, and the tests that require hours of tedious studying to achieve an arbitrary grade - is certainly far from all that's out there, which is not the idea that I got from the other CULPA reviews when I signed up for this section. Take Teresa if you want a very traditional approach to old traditional art with old traditional pedagogy, but I feel that there must be more rewarding ways of getting through Art Hum or getting an A in a subject that intensely disinterests you, depending on how you feel about the requirement.