Advice needed I have an issue I need some help with. I was required by the program of study I'm in to take a sociology class. The professor of this class is apparently not used to being confronted or challenged over her assertions and then I magically appear and request that she do things such as give facts and quote her sources, when she's spewing information for which I have evidence to the contrary. Shortly after the first time I requested she provide some proof of her statements she basically threw a hissy fit and yelled and swore at the entire class. I consulted my mentor (a colleague of hers) about this situation, in case any of the other students filed a complaint. A number of the other students --myself included-- complained about the course amongst ourselves because it's a sociology course with no facts. Everything is based on opinions of less than credible sources (magazine articles instead of journal articles...we're a nitpicky bunch). Today in class, she was openly hostile toward me, attempted to engage me in a struggle for power (which she of course lost by initiating it) then proceeded to say that "People have told me my class sucks, the book sucks and I suck, etc." and that classes based on fact are constructs of the patriarchy, were as opinon/experience based courses are the "female" way to do things. In other words she was unable to effectively teach her course because 3/4 of the people in it were male. So, if you were in my position would you: 1. File a complaint against her? and 2.Ask for a refund from the university? or 3. Just let it go and chalk it up to a learning experience/whack job professor? I've dealt with instructors that didn't like me before, but never one that was openly hostile toward me and I am a bit perplexed about my course of action.