by Con Chapman Freelance Writer ABILENE, Texas. Ryan Simmons is, to all appearances, a slightly scrawny high school senior with no particular athletic ability, but he’s drawing attention from top colleges across the country as recruiting season swings into high gear. “I don’t know what it is,” says Ryan’s mother, Pearl, a municipal employee. “He […]
by Alice Hawthorne Staff Writer Social justice-minded higher education professionals continue to impact the civil rights movements in our nation. Most recently, use of the word “partner” by heterosexuals has completely revolutionized the gay rights struggle. “I heard a homosexual colleague refer to his significant other as his ‘partner’ at a conference and I thought, […]
by Hannah Q. Scott Freelance Writer Friedman State College has released a new strategic plan for academic years 2012 to 2016. The college, long known for mediocre instruction, average facilities and run-of-the-mill students, will now put significant resources into increasing its attrition rate. Director of Institutional Research Caroline Bass said, “We keep seeing all this […]
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