by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor GREENWICH, Conn. The nation’s leading clothing retailers for 18-22 year olds today joined forces to form the “Fashion Ivy League,” a network of upscale stores that will offer college classes to capitalize on their brand dominance in the whiny, over-privileged adolescent demographic. “The margin on college tuition is huge,” noted […]
Student Affairs experts scratched their heads in befuddled amusement this week, when the Residence Life staff at Mount Jackson University announced it’s mid-year training theme. “Naturally, we assumed it would be the Olympics,” said Dr. Margaret Wexler-Manolo, author of numerous student development bibles. “These moves are as predictable as the human knot and that sappy […]
The Texas Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit brought by a University of Midcentral Texas student this week. Senior Justin Haevner accused UMT of administrative errors that resulted in Haevner graduating one semester later than he intended. Haevner explained in his deposition, “I changed my major from Mass Communication to Business Communication, and I got […]
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