Viktoria Muench | Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2016; 1:45 p.m.
Professor Sharpe on his way to class in the Spellmann Center. Photo by Kelby Lorenz
He storms into the classroom of Mass Communication Theory with a large cup of coffee in his hand and his briefcase dangling from his shoulder. Instead of saying “Good morning,” Bill Sharpe simply grunts.
His students smirk, because they know they are about to hear another story about his life and daily encounters, told with a form of grumpy sarcasm that is unique to the communications professor.