I started writing for Cronk News in December 2009. It was on a whim after being recruited by Leah Wescott. I thought I would write one or two articles and then be done with the experience. I never could have predicted the popularity of my articles. The decision to reveal my identity was not an easy one, but necessary. Satire is only as funny as the person behind it. For all of you to really appreciate what I do and what I write, you need to know more about me. Below is the link to my curriculum vitae, set to music I composed, which outlines my experience and current roles in higher education, most recently as a music theory professor. This link will also give you some information about Leah Wescott and Brody Truce\’s identities. They have been collaborators with me on a regular basis outside of the Cronk newsroom, including in the recital hall.
by Diana Senechal Lokehere, NH—Most American colleges have scrambled desperately for the “perfect” brand, only to find their favorite idea taken. Unperturbed by the strife, Lokehere College managed to grab the “Thumbs-Up” brand before it landed on anyone else’s brainstorming list. “Can’t say how we did that,” said President Brent Blythe. “I mean, I know […]
by I.M. Knott-Tawkin Freelance Writer “What do you think you are wearing? Your hair looks funny. Gee, you talk good English!” These are among the ways a bold innovation in academic study will greet admissions’ recruits, says Check DeMonde, president of the new College of Intolerance. COI adopted its admissions practice in a response to […]
Higher education scholars scrambled this week when a man reported seeing a doctoral student who spoke of her course work with enthusiasm and even applied the learning with her job. Scientists immediately dismissed the report, stating the creature described went extinct decades ago. According to Ben Savviche, the man who claims to have seen the […]