Next Saturday, June 18, 2011, the head writers from The Cronk of Higher Education will hold a press conference to announce details about their new book, Required Reading. Reporting live from their annual retreat, the staff will talk about their book and the campaign readers can participate in to earn Cronk rewards for helping to […]
by Joann Richards Freelance Writer In a bold move, Binelli College in Wisconsin has taken their sustainability initiatives to another level by moving toward a speechless lecture format. Artie Finkleman, president of Binelli College, is proud of this new direction, stating, “After hearing a story on National Public Radio about bookless libraries at Stanford University, […]
by Dana Lancer Freelance Writer A blue-ribbon research panel of internationally prominent art historians has concluded that Pablo Picasso, the painter credited with almost single-handedly defining 20th-century abstract art, had less artistic talent than the average five-year-old child. “Not that Picasso was stupid,” explained Prof. Gertrudis Estaín, chair of the fine arts department at Bryn […]
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