Classmate Somehow Always Surprised When His Turn To Talk In Circle

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Phillips, pictured in a class he will get a C- in.

WESTWOOD—Sources confirm that second-year fine arts student Brett Phillips is somehow always surprised when it’s his turn to participate in class conversations that follow sequential circular progressions. “I try to be engaged in class because I really do love what I study,” Phillips said, while adding some finishing touches to a mandala in his sketchbook. “But I’m always startled when it’s my turn to speak after the person next to me finishes their piece.” At press time, Brett jumped in his seat and said, “Oh, my turn?” when asked to state his name, year, and major.