Is there an artful and sophisticated way to tell your professor that you have nasty anxiety that often gets in the way of your class performance?
Not really. Although mostly because anxiety, in and of itself, is raw and neither artful nor sophisticated. I’d recommend just giving your professor the bare facts - that your troubles with anxiety has undermined your performance and inhibited a more realistic reflection of what you’re capable of doing in her or his class. And ask if there might be some means that you two can come up with to better manage this anxiety and hence provide a more accurate demonstration of your academic abilities and performance.
or you could just paraphrase the above… it’s kind of arty and sophisticated :/
now that scott lang is getting a book can we finally just bring back cassie and stop acting like her death of so important that we should never bring her back
Yeah, death of so importance that Kate Bishop s completely…
I’m of two minds on the matter. The concluding chapters of Children’s Crusade seemed rushed and awkwardly shoe-horned into the ongoing 616 continuity. Kate and the rest of the Young Avengers crew did seem oddly disaffected by Cassie’s (and Jonas’) death. Though I can understand Gillen’s choice not to dwell on the matter in that he had his own story he wanted to tell.
On the other hand, Scott’s bereavement and struggle coping with Cassie’s death was terrifically handled in Fraction and Allred’s FF run. Furthermore, the end of FF opened a door for Cassie’s return quite widely and I imagine it is only a matter of time before another author to picks up this thread and brings her back. I hope it’s a matter on Spencer’s radar.