Written by Matt Cunningham
The stress of finals week can take a toll on many students. However, FRCC has officially cancelled all finals during the finals week due to the playoff runs by the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets.
The school felt it was way too overwhelming to have to cope with the Avalanche’s playoff elimination, watch the Nuggets’ playoff games, and study for finals simultaneously.
“Obviously this is more important than any test I may have taken this week.” said Andy Anderson, student of FRCC.
The hype surrounding the Nuggets is so extreme that it has caused recent lectures to be centered around basketball theory. Some instructors are even offering extra credit if students write a report on the greatness of the Avalanche’s Nathan MacKinnon or the Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic.
“I decided to offer extra credit on something even more important.” said Freddy Fredrickson, instructor of Crazy Calculus 330 at FRCC. “If a student sends me a picture of them attending either a Nuggets or Avalanche playoff game, they automatically get an A in my class.”
Students are still dealing with the aftermath of the Avalanche’s heartbreaking game 7 loss in San Jose.
“I would not be able to take a final with my emotional state.” said Jack Daniels, student of FRCC. “As soon as the game clock hit triple zeroes, I had to immediately pick myself up, dust myself off, and focus on the team that is still alive: the Nuggets.”
Regardless if the Nuggets win or lose their game 7 on Sunday, all remaining finals at FRCC will be cancelled.
Clearly the importance of these two teams postseason runs are sweeping the entire state, even at an educational level. With no finals, students now have the full capability to do what is important, watch playoff basketball and hockey.
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