Okay, this is just odd.
So this kid Aaron Ansuini is taking an online art class at Concordia University in Montreal.
Aaron is a dedicated student, and he was really enjoying the professor's online lectures.
Here's how he described his professor, Francois-Marc Gagnon,
"this sweet old French guy who's just absolutely thrilled to talk paintings of snow and horses, and somehow he always manages to make it interesting, making you care about something you truly thought could not possibly be that interesting."
Sounds like a pretty cool guy. The kind of guy you want to be your professor—especially during this pandemic, which I'm sure is a very strange time to be a college student.
But there's just one little thing about professor Francois-marc Gagnon…
Yes, when Aaron had a question for his professor he quickly searched Google for his email address and found out his professor had died in 2019.
And Concordia University made this fact obvious to NOBODY!
Why would you do this?
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