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If Dr. Cosentino were to take a trinitary approach to folklore, he'd be a celebrity because actions speak louder than words. If he were to take folk songs out to Chicago's South Side streets and sing to heal crime as a reminder of the 1960s Peace Movement, he'd become of Teacher in Action, a true, trinitary man of honor. When and if he ever does take Folk Music to Chicago streets, I'll be waiting in the wings where I've been for many years, quietly writing while sitting alongside Saint Peter's chorus of long-silenced hospice workers. Timing is funny, isn't it? Timing sure is a funny thing. I'll keep an ear open.
Professor Cosentino is genuinely devoted to the active proof that learning can be fun, refreshing and enlightening. His global wisdom kindly, keenly, yet ever-so-humbly makes its way into lectures while UCLA students ponder, pause and point in favor of wanting to learn more about the topic of discussion. Professor Cosentino's classroom is a good deal if you want a brilliant professor. The only setback in his classroom happens to be his TA who circled me like a shark, during the exam, and who didn't like the looks of me from the moment that I set into the classroom. She made me so uncomfortable, during the final exam, that you'd say, she "vibed me out." But, Professor Cosentino is cool. Check him out. He's a big flirt, too. Smile!