by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor SEEKONK, Mass. It is an age-old complaint, going back to the first modern university in Bologna, Italy, where administrators rebuffed a demand for higher pay in 1090 A.D. by telling staff they should be thankful they worked at the most prestigious—in fact the only—institution of its kind in the world. […]
Ruth-Anne O\’Malley, chief of campus police at Thurgood Marshall University, received the 2009 Presidential Tolerance Award from the National Administrative Advocates of Political Correctness (NAAPC). The award honors an administrator who has proven loyalty and tolerance to a college president who is also a boob. In return, the president can take credit for having played […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor LANGLEY, Va. The Central Intelligence Agency is usually staffed by a skeleton crew on weekends, but this Saturday finds an auditorium packed with staff and an unlikely crew of outside consultants whom officials have summoned in the hope of catching the world’s most notorious terrorists. “We are not fighting a […]
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