by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor RUSSELLVILLE, Kentucky. This small town holds few distinctions to attract students to Southwest Kentucky State College, a fact that Dean Floyd Morglin works hard to counter. “We remain the only institution of higher learning located in a town with three double letters,” he notes with subdued pride. “We’re thinking of […]
by Jeffrey Ross Freelance Accreditation and Potluck Expert A spokesman for the Highbrow Learn-ed Commission revealed in a report published by the Chronicle of Post Secondary Ed last week that Food, especially non-curricular or nutrient-specific culinary preparations, would become a Distinctive Criterion subject to increased scrutiny on all community college accreditation applications. Effective Boxing Day, […]
by I.M. Knott-Tawkin Staff Writer Determined to finally put his obscure campus in a forlorn town on the map, Dr. John F. Doe, recently tenured at Scourge College, has decided to follow in the footsteps of other academics notorious for flogging their transplanted hometowns in public. His 5,000-word essay in Scourge Yesterday shocked locals even […]
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