As we all settle in for our long winter’s nap, writer Brody Truce designed a word cloud of our site to get a sense of our values. I was a little nervous about what we’d see, but I’m thrilled with the results. If you’re making resolutions or reflecting on why we all do what we do as educators, it’s a nice reminder of what’s at the heart of our work.
For decades, professors of physics and business administration have been closing in on developing a viable vacuum for college committee ideas, but scientists do not predict a clear breakthrough in this millennium. “Despite advancements in technology, we haven’t quite reached a point where we can eliminate the silliness of report writing,” admits Rodney Alfresht, the […]
Grover College has a new resident – a spooky one. According to many staff members, a ghost has moved into the department of housing. “I’ve been getting emails from my supervisor Joanie’s account,” explained assistant director of housing Lorinda Shapiro. “They’re always about something unpopular, and they’re sent right after work hours end. My supervisor […]
by Matthew Michael Freelance Writer Thanks to funding from a Republican Party grant, Gaightes College political scientist Dr. Robert Q. Heller has created the perfect candidate to run against Barack Obama in 2012: Donele Bachrump. Bachrump, a Frankenstinian-Manchurian candidate, was created from the genetic material and political leanings of current high profile Republicans, Michele Bachmann […]
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