by Hannah Q. Scott Freelance Writer While many universities struggle with budget limitations brought on by dramatic cuts in federal and state support, Heartland College (now known as Pfizer-Heartland College) has found a new way to make ends meet: increased corporate sponsorship. Director of College Relations Peter Hamlisch says, “We were hurting financially. Instead of […]
by Anselmo Watkins Freelance Writer Meroyta University, a 45-year-old 2,500-student commuter college in Amarillo, Texas, simply vanished into nothingness overnight leaving students, employees and neighbors confused and worried. “This is not a case where the college is suffering from insolvency and shut down,” said now-apparently-former-Trustee “Big” Rich Rollings, a local oilman who graduated from the […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer Last week, for a record breaking thirty-first consecutive year, Grimsley College’s Campus Events Committee held its annual discussion of the campus posting policy. This tradition, dating back to a tragic posting incident in 1979, is one of the campus’s longest standing. “Every year around this time I receive a […]
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