Alena Kavka is a student in her last year of high school at Western Springs College. Faced with the impending uncertainties of adult life, she spends most of her time looking at photos of cats on the internet and crying.
- "So the Lecturer prints out the sign about PBRF and pins it on his door."
- "Following Havel, if the sign that the Lecturer was asked to display stated: ‘I am afraid and therefore unquestionably obedient’, the Lecturer would most likely be embarrassed by it, and he would care about what the sign says."
- "The Lecturer has always done so, because he is aware of the consequences of not displaying it; he could be ‘punished’ and be considered a disturbance, or he could be considered a threat to the University system."
- "He would probably feel undignified, he would be wary of anyone looking at him, and measuring him against this sign."
- "I am supporting the University, and my public record is clean."
- "The social auto- totality means that every Lecturer is drawn into the sphere of power."
- "I behave in the manner expected of me."
- "He knows and understands that it is only a game, and he accepts its rules and plays his part well."
- "He could be accused of not being a team player."
- "Why does the Lecturer need to display the sign and therefore publicly support the University?"