Cronk Editor-in-Chief Leah Wescott was the special April Fool’s Day guest on Conor Mclaughlin’s podcast “Life Work Balances.” Subjects ranged from love to Model UN to burned popcorn and even inspired a Cronk headline. Wescott was uncharacteristically open about her real identity and personal reflections on her career missteps and greatest hits.
by Jack Snap Technology Writer At last! One small online college has figured out how to obtain even more service from its adjuncts. A high-ranking official at the entirely online Viral College has intercepted communications between its adjunct faculty on how they stay well during the grueling winter months since not making contact with their […]
by Diana Senechal Greenview, Indiana—At Inchoate Thyme College, beginning in September, professors will no longer encourage students to seek clarity in their writing. Nor will they include Strunk and White’s Elements of Style in their required or optional readings. A course description explains this sea change: “Extensive studies of postmodern neoapproaches to Jungian language mediation […]