The curve should be canceled for a group students at the University at Buffalo Law School that saved their professor’s life.
Buffalo news reports that the professor’s knee started to swell during his lecture, so he canceled class and dismissed the students. The students refused to leave, and called campus security, but security refused to send a vehicle to help the professor to his car.
The professor said he would drive himself to the hospital, but the students would not let him:
“So these students picked me up and carried me outside, commandeered a shuttle bus to drive me to my car on the opposite side of campus,” Kloch recalled during an interview from his bed at Kenmore Mercy Hospital.
But the bus driver said, ‘This man is in no shape to drive himself.’"
Then they summoned security and security called an ambulance and I was taken to DeGraff Memorial Hospital,” Kloch, 58, said.
Their professor is Richard C. Kloch, who is also a judge. So, even if the student's don't get automatic A's, they can certainly expect an amazing recommendation letter.