by Jeffrey Ross Freelance Poet and MOOC Aficionado – with special thanks to Percy B. Shelley, real Poet I saw a student with tablet in hand Who smiled: A burnt and shattered yard of brick Crumbles in the heat. Nearby, cactus-bound, Half-drunk, a lonely mascot lies, with tanned And damaged spear and leer of […]
by Diana Senechal Freelance Writer Boise, Idaho—In a press conference last week, Ombligo University officials announced that they had created a new major in the self, effective immediately. “We were concerned with the gap between students’ interests and the existing majors,” explained Carlie Greenhorn, director of development. “Research revealed that our customers are interested in […]
As research shows that the demographics of Facebook users have changed from college students to their parents, the generational divide in modern social awareness has widened. “I signed up for Facebook so I could stalk my son,” said Mrs. Kratzer from Napa, CA. “When I realized how easy it was to make friends, I was […]
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