Johnny mac my man.. BAYHOOD
he the man. doesnt give a ton of work but a good amount.
I loved McGoldrick's classes back in the mid-90's. He babbled endlessly and had an unhealthy obsession with Newt Gingrich, but he was really freaking funny. Also an easy A if you have half a brain.
because of having him at hap, for both literature and the soccer team, he made me not want to go to xavier (I did end up going). gets off topic way to easily, and is unreasonable.
Smart man. Funny stories. gets caught up in himself sometimes. If you argue with him he'll circumvent the entire thing. Pay attention and you'll learn a lot.
Very interested in his own opinions. Used to brag about taking law school classes when he was at St. Johns, which was funny since he had, and has, no idea what he is talking about. A poor scholar of history, with a weak legal mind. If you're brave enough to challenge him, he doesn't know what to do.
we could have learned much more in his class. he squeezed 5 civilizations into one day!!
GREAT CLASS!!! turns boring history into applicable/interesting politics that students take interest in.
Great teacher. Know a few things and you'll do fine.... Shut up, laugh, and learn. You learn about life and people almost as much as history.
uf, the class can be a boring but teaches
fundamentals that are important in
academics and overall the whole course was a
tko, total knock out!Funny!
as long as ur not a itilain/alabiamian or republican ull do fine we get 5 lines of notes on a good day the whole class is making fun of bushy
He can probably run through a brick wall. Cool dude.
He's a man with a good heart who just has a lot of work because of Campus Ministry. Very good teacher.
had his class last year. a great class, funny as hell, and mr mcgoldrick is the only teacher whos not a front runner yankees fan.
The best funniest Global teacher in the school!!! (watch out what you say in his class though)
I will never forget the second day of class, he was absent and Br. Derby came in and asked us what we had learned about, and you all remember his first lesson!!